Borrowing elements from hard rock and industrial music, Dope is best known for their cover of Dead
or Alive's "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)" as well as for their songs being featured in movies and video games. Hailing
from the Windy City, Dope is one of the most notable and productive bands in metal music. To date, they have five studio albums
under their belt, with their first album, Felons and Revolutionaries, leading the charge of success. The band has sold a million
albums worldwide, and with their undeniable raw energy, they don't show any signs of slowing down. Dope often takes the stage
of top-notch venues like the Povlitzkis 65 in Spring Lake Park, Minnesota; and The Machine Shop in Flint, Michigan. Keep a
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Edsel Dope is the man behind American nu metal band, Dope. When Edsel was younger, a messy divorce
split him and his brother, Simon, apart. They were brought back together as adults and Simon played the keyboards for Edsel's
band. Preston Nash (drummer), Tripp Eisen (guitarist) and Acey Slade (bassist) completed the lineup. Dope strayed from the
90s mainstream, choosing to draw inspiration from industrial music outfit Skinny Puppy and hard rock groups like Ministry.
Following the release of multiple promotional cassettes and after making the rounds at clubs in the Big Apple, Dope inked
a deal with Epic Records. Felons and Revolutionaries arrived in 1999 and included over a dozen singles. A cover of Dead or
Alive's "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)" served as one of those tracks and was included on the American Psycho movie soundtrack.
It also landed at No. 37 on the U.S. Mainstream Rock charts. The album also yielded the song "Debonaire," which was used in
the flicks The Fast and the Furious as well as Scream 3. Dope built their brand and image by embarking on multiple national
tours. They shared the stage with a string of different acts like Kid Rock and Alice Cooper. Riding the wave of their success
from their debut album, Dope cut their sophomore album known as Life. "Now or Never" rocketed to No. 28 while "Slipping Away"
scored the No. 29 spot on the Mainstream Rock charts. Life, the album, cracked the charts at No. 180 on the Billboard charts
and parked at No. 6 on the Top Heatseekers. Simon Dope exited the band after the album's release. He shifted career gears
to become a producer of video games. Group Therapy arrived in 2003. The album yielded several songs that were used in video
games, including: "So Low," "Bitch," "Falling Away," "Motivation" and "Burn." Another song, "Today is the Day," became WWE's
No Mercy 2003 theme song. American Apathy dropped in 2005, taking the No. 1 spot on the Top Heatseekers chart. The band's
fifth studio album was No Regrets. Arriving in 2009, the album tracked at No. 88, selling over 6,000 copies within its debut
week of release. In the fall of 2013, Dope put out a teaser, "Drug Music," for their 2014 album, Blood Money. Their debut
single from the album "Selfish" arrived on August 26, 2014.
Dope's discography is comprised
of: Felons and Revolutionaries (1999); Life (2001); Group Therapy (2003); American Apathy (2005); No Regrets (2009) and Blood
When they first started out, band members peddled drugs to keep their heads
above water, using the money to buy instruments.
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