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Where Are The Expendables Band From?
The Expendables hail from Santa Cruz, California. They formed in 1997 and released their first album, No Time to Worry, in 2001.
That opus was followed by Open Container in 2003 and Gettin’ Filthy in 2004. Their next studio offering, The Expendables, didn’t hit streets until 2007. Then the well-received Prove It dropped in 2010.
In 2012, The Expendables released an acoustic affair called Gone Soft. Their seventh work, Sand in the Sky, was issued in 2015.
Who Are The Expendables Band?
The Expendables are comprised of singer and guitarist Geoff Weers, lead guitarist Raul Bianchi, drummer Adam Patterson, and bassist Ryan DeMars.
This foursome—who embody the SoCal lifestyle of surfing, skating, and partying—have sold 40,000 albums during their career. That may not sound like a lot but it’s an impressive amount when you consider they’re not signed to a record label.
What Genre Are The Expendables?
The Expendables are often labeled as “reggae rock.” On their website, their sound is categorized as surf rock.
The foursomes also incorporate elements of punk rock, ska, and heavy metal into their music. In fact, the band has discussed the idea of releasing a two-EP set where one EP is dedicated to reggae versions of some of their heavy metal-esque songs while the other will contain heavy metal renditions of some of their reggae songs.
What Are The Expendables Best Songs?
Naming a band’s best songs can be problematic. Every fan has a different opinion as to what comprises The Expendables’ best work.
What we can do is tell you some of the band’s most popular tracks. A few of the better known Expendables songs are “Bowl for Two,” “Sacrifice,” “Down Down Down,” ‘Let Loose,” “STD,” and “Ganja Smugglin’.”