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So Quiet (live).mp3
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Colors
Peak position #73
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Down2Earth
Peak in sub-genre #65
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No Substitute ft. Donny Mulders
Peak position #48
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Magic
Peak in sub-genre #20
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Surrender (live at De Pater 2008)
Peak in sub-genre #18
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Damage Is Done
Peak position #63
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The Battle Of Elastic City
Peak in sub-genre #35
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Out Of Dreams
Peak in sub-genre #28
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Surrender
Peak in sub-genre #22
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Deep
Peak position #88
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No Substitute
Peak in sub-genre #17
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Stand
Peak in sub-genre #24
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Not Our Time (live at HPC 2008)
Peak in sub-genre #35
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Try To Find Me Freedom (live at Paardcafe)
Peak in sub-genre #53
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Penn Station (live July 28 2001)
Peak in sub-genre #25
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Nothing Wrong
Peak in sub-genre #56
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Stop The Dance
Peak in sub-genre #35
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Dancefloor (live at De Dam)
Peak in sub-genre #38
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So Quiet Here (When You Are)
Peak in sub-genre #23
Colors
Propeller was founded in 1999, by guitarplayer Willem Niehorster.
Band/artist history
Propeller was founded in 1999, by guitarplayer Willem Niehorster. Propeller played at several festivals: BAF-squat The Hague November 25th 2000 Tomaatpop Leidschendam October 26th 2001 Langweiligkeit Festival The Hague November 17th 2001 TU Delft Festival May 21st 2002 Amnesty Festival The Hague September 7th 2002 Summer Of Love Peace Festival The Hague May 3rd 2003 (Iraq war protest) Amnesty Festival The Hague June 6th 2004 Summer Of Love Fair Trade Festival The Hague June 19th 2004 Hertz Dongen September 18th 2004 Propeller also supported the first big protest against the Dutch Balkenende administration, by playing at the Dam Square in Amsterdam: video View a summary of all gigs by Propeller and its ancestors Iguana and Maya Due to personal circumstances concerning several bandmembers, the continuity of Propeller became a major problem in 2005, and in 2006 the remaining bandmembers decided to split up. In the autumn of 2007 drummer Michiel Coolen, singer Johnito and guitarist Willem Niehorster reunited for a short farewell tour throughout winter and spring 2008. They were joined by bass player Niels Zeven. The aim was to play existing Propeller songs in the best possible versions, and both band and audiences seemed to agree that this was the case. After the farewell tour, everyone basically went their own way. Michiel joined The Pocketbunnies, Niels and Willem formed Dream Flight to Antarctica, and Johnito started to record some of his own songs, while experimenting with linux and open source audio software.
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