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Placebo, 14 August 2024





  Gig of Placebo Aug 14, 2024 in Vienna
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About concert Placebo in Vienna

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About Placebo

Placebo are an alternative rock band, formed in London, England in 1994 by singer-guitarist Brian Molko and guitarist-bassist Stefan Olsdal. The band were soon joined by drummer Robert Schultzberg, who left in 1996 due to conflicts with Molko and was replaced the same year by Steve Hewitt.
Placebo gained exposure in 1997, after releasing "Nancy Boy", a song which Brian Molko described as "obscene". The band has sparked controversy at the beginning of their career because Molko wore dresses and make-up in public and talked openly about sex, sexuality and drug use.
Placebo collaborated with various artists over the years, such as David Bowie, Justin Warfield, Michael Stipe and Alison Mosshart.
Hewitt left in 2007 due to personal and musical differences and was replaced the following year by Steve Forrest. Placebo released two albums with Forrest, who left in 2015 to pursue his own musical career. As of 2015, Placebo performs as a duo with various live musicians.
Placebo utilise androgynous images and lyrical content. To date, they have released seven studio albums, all of which have reached the top 20 in the United Kingdom, and have sold around 11 million records worldwide.

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