"As the bottle runs dry"
35,2 sec. - 69 Kb.
song : Vreede, De Ridder
Production : G. Kooymans
Year : 1988
Record co. : HKM
45,4 sec. - 89 Kb.
song : The Wolfbanes
Production : Werner Pensaert
Year : 1992
Record co. : EMI
"The Wolf Banes start out in 1986 as a loud garage band, performing
self-penned songs like "Tits For Breakfast" and the cult classic "(Shit
I love) Barbara Carrera" ... songs featured on their first maxi single "Now
In 1988 the band records their epic single "As The Bottle Runs Dry"
produced by Golden Earring guitarist George Kooymans, who is also responsible
for the band's first album: "Where Is The Party".
EMI signs The Wolf Banes in 1991. This cooperation results the band's second
album "High Five" produced by Werner Pensaert. No less than five
singles are taken from this album, among which "The Clown"."
On a less praising note, as Humo put it in it's ironic review of "Suite
16" : "We love the Wolfbanes. Amidst all their rock-n-roll attitudes,
they are so un-rock'n'roll that they've become more of a mockery of a rock group.
They're desperately seeking street credibility in their lyrics it gets kinda amusing.
In this respect, Suite 16 is the best Wolfbanes record so far. ... Look past the
pink neon-glow, the Tigra cigarettes, the ugly shirts and the hair of Mr. Punk
which was conditioned with a handgrenade and you'll discover Flanders' best Las
After WolfBania! (and the entrance of the dEUS-era in Belgian music), the Wolfbanes
call it a day. Leading man Wim De Ridder tries a solo career under the name Whim
Punk. In this he played together with Bruno Melon (see La
Fille d'Ernest), Pip Vreede (see Red Zebra), Steven
Janssens (from The Whodads) and Frank Saenen (member of The
Scabs). This groups gets disbanded after one CD. Wim Punk was signaled in
the studio recently where he is brewing up something with the assistance of Werner
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