Drowning Pool

Drowning Pool

Real Name:
Adam Elesh, Brett Smith, Jon Thomas, Andrew Crane
Drowning Pool was an avant-rock ensemble that released extraordinary collections of eccentric songs: the double album Satori (Nate Starkman and Son, 1987), the EP Nierika (Viva Records, 1988) and the album Aphonia (Nate Starkman and Son, 1989). Their music straddled the line between new wave, psychedelia, world-music, ambient and industrial. They changed name to Mumbles in 1990 and released the album Two Clouds on Viva Records out of Italy.

In 1996 original vocalist Andrew Crane released the album Sustenance under the name Acorn and fellow Drowning Pool members Adam Elesh, Brett Smith and Jon Thomas appeared on various tracks as guest musicians.

In 2011 Adam and Brett Smith formed a new project called KinderCrowdControl and released the album Selah on Bruce Licher's Independent Project Records label.

(Note - no relation to nu-metal band with the same name.)


Drowning Pool Discography Tracks


Drowning Pool Untitled (Album) Scarface Charley Records US 1986 Sell This Version
Drowning Pool Drowning Pool (Album) Scarface Charley Records US 1986 Sell This Version
Drowning Pool Nierika (Album) Viva Records USA & Canada 1987 Sell This Version
Drowning Pool Aphonia (Album) Fundamental US 1988 Sell This Version
PRTL 7 Drowning Pool "Les Invisibles"(Cass) Project Releases PRTL 7 Unknown Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Drowning Pool Muted Streak (EP) Not On Label US 1985 Sell This Version
none Drowning Pool Ritutal Regeneration(Cass, EP) Scarface Charley Records none US 1985 Sell This Version


Drowning Pool Satori (Comp) Nate Starkman & Son US 1987 Sell This Version

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