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Kerispatih

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Kerispatih
Stylized logo of Kerispatih
Background information
OriginJakarta, Indonesia
GenresPop, Balad
Years active2003–present
LabelsNagaswara
Members
  • Fandy
  • Arief
  • Anton
Past membersSammy

Kerispatih is an Indonesian pop band. Founded in 2003, as of 2010 they have released five albums, three going platinum.

History

Kerispatih was founded on 22 April 2003.[1] They started by playing ethnic Indonesian music, releasing their first album, Gulalikustik, in 2004. After being approached and signed by the record label Nagaswara, they switched to pop as it was more commercially viable.[2]

Their first album with Nagaswara, Kejujuran Hati (The Heart's Honesty), was released in 2005 and went platinum;[2] three songs from the album, "Kejujuran Hati", "Cinta Putih" ("White Love") and "Lagu Rindu" ("Song of Longing"), were released as singles.[1] In 2007, they released a second album, Kenyataan Perasaan (The Truth of the Feelings), with the songs "Mengenangmu" ("Remembering You"), "Tapi Bukan Aku" ("But Not I"), "Sepanjang Usia" ("For All My Life") and "Untuk Pertama Kali" ("For the First Time") as singles;[1] this album also went platinum. That same year they also sang one song, "Kawan" ("Friend") for the compilation album Rinduku Padamu (My Longing For You), written by Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono; the album sold 40,000 copies.[2][3]

Another platinum certified album, Tak Lekang Oleh Waktu (Unbridled by Time) was released the following year, with singer Syahrini as a guest vocalist; the album also featured a song, "Kawanku" ("My Friend") written by President Yudhyono. Selling 25,000 copies in a short period of time, two of its songs were released as singles, "Bila Rasaku Ini Rasamu" ("If this Feeling of Mine is Yours") and "Demi Cinta" ("For Love").[2][1] This was followed in 2009 by Semua Tentang Cinta (Everything About Love), which had one single.[1]

Sammy's departure & new vocalist

At first, the band consisted of vocalist Hendra Samuel Simorangkir (Sammy), keyboardist Doadibadai Hollo (Badai), guitarist Arief Nurdiansyah Morada, drummer M. Anton Suryo Sularjo Wahyu Nugroho Kusumo, and bassist Andika Putrasahadewa.[2] After Sammy was arrested and convicted of possession of crystal meth in 2010,[4] he was fired from the group and replaced by Fandy Santoso, a finalist in the fourth season of Indonesian Idol.[5][1]

Style

According to Kerispatih, their lyrics are based on real life situations and experiences.[2]

Discography

Solo albums

  • Gulalikustik (2004)
  • Kejujuran Hati (The Heart's Honesty; 2005)
  • Kenyataan Perasaan (The Truth of the Feelings; 2007)
  • Tak Lekang Oleh Waktu (Unbridled by Time; 2008)
  • Semua Tentang Cinta (Everything About Love; 2009)
  • Melekat di Jiwa (Inherent In Life; 2011)

Compilation albums

  • Rinduku Padamu (My Longing For You; 2007; showcasing songs written by Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono)
  • Kerispatih and Friends (2010)

Band members

Current members

  • Fandy Santoso — lead vocals (2010–present)
  • Arief Nurdiansyah Morada — lead guitar (2003–present)
  • RM. Antonius Suryo Sularjo Wahyu Nugroho Kusumo — drums (2003–present)
  • Andika Putrasahadewa — bass (2003–2018) died 10 April 2018[6]

Former members

  • Hendra Samuel Simorangkir - lead vocals (2003-2010)
  • Doadibadai Hollo - keyboards, backing vocals (2003-2016)

References

Footnotes
Bibliography
  • Maulia, Erwida (25 January 2010). "President Yudhoyono releases 3rd pop music album". The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 1 September 2011.
  • "Kerispatih". KapanLagi.com. Retrieved 1 September 2011.
  • "Kerispatih singer to be held at Salemba Penitentiary". The Jakarta Post. 3 April 2010. Retrieved 1 September 2011.
  • Sabarini, Prodita (4 January 2009). "Kerispatih: Keepin' it real". The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 1 September 2011.
  • "Sammy goes back to singing after prison days". The Jakarta Post. 13 May 2011. Retrieved 1 September 2011.
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