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Trocadero was made popular by making the soundtrack for Red Vs. Blue, an internet machinima comedy.

Trocadero is a band based in Cambridge, Massachusetts that consists of Nico Audy-Rowland, Martha Williams, Jeff Williams and Brandon Erdos. Other guest musicians include Philadelphia Telepants, Sandy Casey, Susan Hsia, and Karen Langlie. They are most famous for creating the theme to the popular machinima series Red vs Blue, "Blood Gulch Blues," as well as other music for the series such as "A… read more

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  • Avatar for Breddou
    Very good and very underrated band
  • Avatar for EvoIIICE9A
    Every time I listen to First Wave, it sends a shiver up my spine.
  • Avatar for Ethcf
    Great band, easily in my top 10.
  • Avatar for thespianicism
    Colors... wow. What a beautiful song.
  • Avatar for mybudgieloki
    I recently got back into the RvB scene and finally bought Trocadero's albums from Ghosts That Linger is fricken awesome. I'm really happy that RvB helped get them the exposure they deserve.
  • Avatar for finchlynch
    I am going to yell at Nico to get "Ghosts that Linger" up in this bitch.
  • Avatar for djmattyg007
    am i the only person (617) won't scrobble for?
  • Avatar for larinon
    To those wanting an mp3 of Colors... To create my copy of it, I ripped the audio from the season 5 DVD using some software called (oddly enough) DVD Audio Extractor. I then used mpTrim to remove any unnecessary audio from the beginning and end. I don't know if they used the entire song for the ending credits, but it seemed like it and it works well. Of course this solution only works if you have the season 5 DVD already...
  • Avatar for stagedivemusic
    Trocadero's easily on my top 10 list of favourite bands. I'm having the same problems as some people though, trying to find an MP3 of "Colors"
  • Avatar for SGTPepper823
    Did they make any other albums other than Roses are Red, Violets are Blue?

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