Adema

Adema

Members of Adema: Dave DeRoo, Kris Kohls, Mark Chavez, Mike Ransom (3), Tim Fluckey
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.ademaonline.com/

Discography of Adema:

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

Adema

12 mp3 2001-08-21 Arista
2

Insomniac's Dream

7 mp3 2002-11-05 Arista
3

Giving In

3 mp3 2001 Arista
4

Unstable

12 mp3 2003 Arista
5

Planets

16 mp3 2005-04-05 Earache
6

Kill The Headlights

12 mp3 2007-09-14 Tiefdruck-Musik
7

Tornado

2 mp3 2005 Earache
8

Giving In

2 mp3 2002
9

Insomniac's Dream

7 mp3 2002 Arista
10

Adema

12 mp3 2001-08-21 Arista
11

Unstable

3 mp3 2003-07-08 Arista
12

Unstable

18 mp3 2003
13

Adema

12 mp3 2001 Arista
14

Tornado

3 mp3 2005 Earache
15

Adema

12 mp3 2001-08-21 Arista
16

Promises

3 mp3 2003 Arista
17

Giving In

2 mp3 2002 Arista
18

Giving In

5 mp3 2002 Arista
19

Unstable

12 mp3 2003 Arista
20

The Way You Like It

5 mp3 2001 Arista
21

Giving In

4 mp3 2002 Arista
22

Planets

14 mp3 2005 Earache
23

Immortal

3 mp3 2002 Artista
24

Topple The Giants

7 mp3 2013 Pavement Entertainment Inc
25

Adema

12 mp3 2001-08-21 Arista
26

The Way You Like It

3 mp3 2001 Arista
27

Unstable

15 mp3 2012-07-09 4Worlds Media
28

Unstable

12 mp3 2003 Arista
29

Adema

13 mp3 2001-11-21
30

Freaking Out

3 mp3 2002 Arista
31

The Way You Like It

5 mp3 2002 Arista
32

The Way You Like It

2 mp3 2001
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Adema is a rock band from Bakersfield, California consisting of vocalist/guitarist Tim Fluckey, guitarist Mike Ransom, bassist Dave DeRoo, and drummer Kris Kohls. The band formed in 1993. After their first three albums, Adema, Insomniac's Dream, and Unstable, Ransom left the band in 2003 due to conflicts with vocalist Mark Chavez followed by Chavez later in 2004 due to conflicts with the band. Luke Caraccioli replaced Chavez in early 2005 for one album, Planets, but then left a few months later in late 2005. In 2006, Adema announced that vocalist Bobby Reeves and guitarist Ed Farris, both from the band LEVEL, had joined the band, but only released one album, Kill the Headlights. However, on August 13, 2009 the original line up was reunited with Bobby Reeves and Ed Faris agreeing to leave the band. However, Ransom showed extreme minimal participation in the reunion left once again in late 2010 due to creative differences, followed once again by Chavez in early January 2011 due to another conflict with the band. Guitarist Tim Fluckey later took over lead vocals. Marc DeLeon replaced Ransom in 2011 for one album, Topple the Giants. In 2013, Mike Ransom returned to the band once again with Marc DeLeon agreeing to leave the band.

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