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Can elephants ride bike. Una perla in mezzo a tutta questa merda da disco di oggi. Top. It's you, it's you?. Who plays Maximum Ride. Ride the ducks branson. Hollywood director frreddy rider and his films. IS NOBODY GONNA TALK ABOUT JOSH'S LIL' BUCKET HAT. Rider basketball. Can people ride cheetahs. Ridetech. Ride or die. This This is art. Did cavemen ride mammoths. Heard it in the radio fk tiktok and the rest of social media geta life. Ride Ride performing in 2015 at Saint Andrews Hall in Detroit, MI. Background information Origin Oxford, England Genres Alternative rock shoegazing neo-psychedelia dream pop Britpop [1] Years active 1988?1996 2001 2014?present Labels Creation Warner Sire The First Time Wichita Associated acts Oasis Beady Eye The Jesus and Mary Chain Hurricane #1 The Animal House Infinite Cassette Gaz Coombes Website www. thebandride Members Andy Bell Laurence Colbert Mark Gardener Steve Queralt Ride are an English rock band formed in Oxford in 1988. The band consists of Andy Bell, Mark Gardener, Laurence "Loz" Colbert, and Steve Queralt. The band were initially part of the " shoegazing " scene that emerged in England during the early 1990s. Following the break-up of the band in 1996, members moved on to various other projects, most notably Bell who became the bassist for Oasis. In 2001, the band briefly reunited for a one-off performance for a television show. Ride announced their second reunion in November 2014. Their debut album Nowhere has been named one of the important albums of the shoegazing genre. [2] History [ edit] Starting out (1988?1989) [ edit] Andy Bell and Mark Gardener had been to Cheney School in Oxford, appearing in the school's musical theatre productions, and in October 1988, they moved to Banbury to do Foundation Studies in Art & Design at North Oxfordshire College and the Oxfordshire School of Art & Design. [3] There they met Laurence Colbert and Steve Queralt. Queralt, who also went to Cheney School, was recruited from the local Our Price record shop where he worked as a singles buyer (although Bell and Queralt had already played together in an obscure reggae/pop band called "Big Spiderback"). [4] After considering various names, the band settled for 'Ride', with its evocation of travel, and after the Ride cymbal. Bell has cited a performance by The Smiths as the inspiration for forming a band. [3] The band formed in the summer of 1988 and played their first gig as Ride for the College's Christmas Party towards the end of the year. While still at Banbury, the band produced a demo tape, recorded in Queralt's bedroom and hallway, including the tracks "Chelsea Girl" and "Drive Blind". Queralt and his record shop boss and future Ride manager Dave Newton had started a live music night in Oxford called Local Support, and it was due to a cancellation by another band that Ride got their first proper gig at one of these nights. [4] Jim Reid of The Jesus and Mary Chain heard a copy of the demo that was in the possession of the DJ Gary Crowley, and this led to interest from former Mary Chain manager Alan McGee. [4] After the band supported the Soup Dragons in 1989, McGee signed them to his Creation Records label. Early Creation years (1989?1993) [ edit] Ride released three EPs between January and September 1990, entitled Ride, Play and Fall. All three EPs made it into the UK top 75, with Play and Fall reaching the top 40. [5] Ride' s top-75 placing was a first for Creation Records. [6] The first two EPs were released together as Smile in the USA in July 1990 (and later released in the UK in 1992), while the Fall EP was incorporated into the CD version of their first album, Nowhere, released in October 1990. The band were often labelled as part of the "shoegazing" scene, but the band rejected this, Bell stating "my first reaction was like, this is another boring tag. These 's pretty much still my reaction". [7] Gardener said of the band's influences "We liked the noisy bands of the time. When we were at art college we went to see My Bloody Valentine, House of Love, Stone Roses and Sonic Youth. I think these all had a lot of influence on us in the early days as they were great gigs". [7] The band recorded two sessions for John Peel 's BBC Radio 1 show in 1990, and their popularity with the show's listeners saw them with three tracks in the Festive Fifty that year, with "Dreams Burn Down" and "Like a Daydream" at numbers 3 and 4 respectively, and "Taste" at number 25. [8] Nowhere was a critical and commercial success, reaching No.?11 in the UK, [5] and the media dubbed Ride "The brightest hope" for 1991. [ citation needed] Demand for new material was high, and the band recorded another EP, Today Forever, released in March 1991. The EP marked a change in direction for the group away from the noisier early style. Ride made their first international tour to Japan, Australia and France later on that year. [6] Tickets for the performances in Japan sold out within minutes. [9] In February 1992 the band broke into the UK top 10 with "Leave Them All Behind", and the following month saw the release of the band's second album Going Blank Again. [5] The strain within the band was already apparent, Bell stating "By the time the second album came out we were touring too much. We were tired. We then took time off, but it was too much time off". [9] Change in musical direction (1994?1996) [ edit] Ride were able to see out 1993 riding on the success of Going Blank Again and a third album was keenly anticipated. A double weekend of gigs with The Charlatans that year ('Daytripper') kept them in the public eye amid a wider lack of interest in the shoegazing scene. Their third album, Carnival of Light, was released in June 1994, at a time when Britpop was the focus of the music press. Produced by John Leckie and partly engineered by Nigel Godrich (future Radiohead producer) ? except "How Does it Feel to Feel? " by Black Crowes producer George Drakoulias ? and featuring a guest appearance on keyboards from Jon Lord of Deep Purple, [10] the album was split between songwriters Gardener and Bell, with the former's songs making up the first half of the album and the latter's the second. [11] Not only did the album's sound eschew the band's earlier influences in favour of inspiration from classic rock, but the band's approach to songwriting also changed: whereas earlier material had mostly been developed by the band in jam sessions as a group, for Carnival of Light Bell and Gardener would arrive in the studio with their songs more or less fully formed. [12] Opening with the riff-heavy "Moonlight Medicine", tracks also include "From Time to Time", "Birdman" and a cover of The Creation 's "How Does It Feel to Feel? ", which was released as a single. The album was not well received by critics, Bell explaining "These were good times but the music took second place. When we recorded the Carnival Of Light album we got indulgent". [9] By the end of 1994 even the band themselves were critical of the album, referring to it within the group as "Carnival Of Shite". [13] The break-up (1996) [ edit] 1995 saw the dissolution of the band while recording Tarantula. Gardener and Bell had led the band away from their shoegazing roots to become more contemporary, hoping to change their style with the times. Queralt has remarked that the band had two future directions open to them, and they chose the wrong option. Gardener had become interested in dance music, and wanted Ride to incorporate that into their style, while Bell disagreed. [9] The track listing of Carnival of Light gives an indication of the tension that was mounting between the two guitarists, with the first half of the album being songs written by Mark Gardener and the last half of the album being songs written by Andy Bell - Andy Bell had refused to let his songs be interspersed with pieces written by Gardener. Years later Andy Bell explained "Imagine an argument where the way you win, is by saying 'I don't want my songs on the same side of the album as yours' and it ACTUALLY HAPPENS. We were allowed by the people around us to behave like total babies. " By the time Tarantula appeared, the band was beginning to self-destruct. Bell penned most of the songs while Gardener provided only one - the tension within the band leading to an inability to write meaningful musical pieces. Castle on the Hill, written by Bell, was a lament for the band's situation and contains references to Gardener's self-imposed exile from the group. Gardener walked out during the album's mixing sessions, and the band announced their break-up shortly before its release in March 1996. [14] The album was released and remained on sale for one week before being withdrawn. [5] Critics and fans alike had panned the album (although the first single off the album, " Black Nite Crash ", was awarded "single of the week" by weekly music magazine Melody Maker). The album was described by AllMusic as "an abomination of '70s/ Lenny Kravitz clichés, full of third- and fourth-rate tunes and, ultimately, bad blood", going on to say "the words are just plain awful throughout, not even worth printing". [14] Rolling Stone were more complimentary, stating "the album is saved from maudlin self-obsession because it's rawer and rocks harder than anything else Ride have recorded". [15] Since the break-up, both Bell and Gardener have been more reflective about the group's disintegration, with Bell especially admitting his own part in the process. Post-break-up years (1997?2001) [ edit] After the split, Andy Bell formed a new band called " Hurricane No.?1 " but this project was permanently dissolved when he was asked to play bass for Oasis after having turned down the opportunity to join Gay Dad. [9] He lived in Stockholm during this period. Mark Gardener and Laurence Colbert joined with Sam Williams to form The Animalhouse. [9] As BMG signings, they were successful in Japan. The band was, however, short live
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