Mindfunk (2)

Mindfunk (2)

Also known as Mind Funk
Members of Mindfunk (2): Frank Ciampi, Jason Coppola, Jason Everman, John Monte, Louis Svitek, Patrick Dubar, Reed St. Mark, Shawn Johnson (4), Spike Xavier
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mindfunk

Discography of Mindfunk (2):

Click to release title to look at track list of the album
Pages of releases table:
# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Goddess

3 mp3 1993 Megaforce Records
2

Mind Funk

10 mp3 1991 Epic
3

Dropped

11 mp3 1993 Megaforce Records
4

People Who Fell From The Sky

10 mp3 1995 Music For Nations
5

Touch You

3 mp3 1991
6

Big House Burning

2 mp3 1991 Epic
7

Touch You

4 mp3 1991 Epic
8

Mind Funk

10 mp3 1991 Epic
9

Mind Funk

10 mp3 1991 Epic
10

Mind Funk

10 mp3 1991 Epic
11

Dropped

11 mp3 1993 Megaforce Records
12

Mind Funk

10 mp3 1991 Epic
13

Drowning / Wisteria

2 mp3 1993 Megaforce Records
14

Mind Funk

10 mp3 1991 Epic
15

Touch You

4 mp3 1991 Epic
16

Mind Funk

10 mp3 1991 Epic
17

Dropped

11 mp3 1993 Megaforce Entertainment
18

Touch You

4 mp3 1991
19

Mind Funk

10 mp3 1991 Epic
20

Sugar Ain't So Sweet

3 mp3 1991 Rock Power Magazine
21

Touch You

3 mp3 1991 Epic
22

Dropped

11 mp3 1993 Megaforce Records
23

Sugar Ain't So Sweet

3 mp3 1991 Epic
24

Touch You

4 mp3 1991
25

Big House Burning

2 mp3 1991 Epic
26

Mind Funk

10 mp3 1991 Epic
27

Big House Burning

3 mp3 1991 Epic
28

Dropped

11 mp3 1993 Metal Mind Records
29

Mind Funk

13 mp3 2010 IronBird Records
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Formed in the late 80's or early 90's with Louis Svitek (guitar), Jason Coppola (guitar), Reed St. Mark (drums), John Monte (bass) and Pat Dubar (vocals). Originally named "Mind Fuck", but were forced by Sony to change their name to a more inoffensive one.
By 1992, original guitar-player Jason Coppola and drummer Reed St. Mark had been replaced by Jason Everman and Shawn Johnson respectively. It was also during this period that the band changed their name from [bMind Funk[/b to [bMindfunk[/b, from two words to one.
By the end of 1994, after the leaving of John Monte and Jason Everman, the band continued as a four-piece, with temporary bassists Frank Ciampi and Spike Xavier.
They split up in 1995, after the recording of their third album, "People Who Fell From The Sky".

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