0.) Vertigo is a techno/electro/industrial group hailing from Washington, DC consisting of Xavier Lopez Swafford and Christian Lopez Swafford.
1.) Vertigo was a drum-n-bass
2.) Vertigo Project
is German alternative rock
3.) Vertigo was a German/Italian dance
4.) Vertigo was a Czech ska
5.) Vertigo is an alternative rock
band from USA.
is a Australian pop rock
7.) Vertigo is a Hungarian Metallica
8.) Vertigo was a Dutch rock band.
9.) Vertigo was a NY Freestyle/House project from 1989. They only released on 12".
Vertigo is a techno/electro/industrial group hailing from Washington, DC consisting of Xavier Lopez Swafford and Christian Lopez Swafford. Established in 1998 they have three studio albums: "Vertigo: Vertigo", "Vertigo: Replace Your Face", "Vertigo: Music for Machining". Vertigo tracks are featured on the car racing DVDs: Mischief Destroy, Mischief Assault and the just released Mischief Joyride.
Vertigo was a Drum-n-Bass project of Mark Pritchard
and Danny Breaks
on Droppin' Science Records. They had one 12" release, "The Drained/Migraine", and Remixed Kirsty Hawkshaw
's "Dis-Affected" and Lootpack
is a alternative rock band from Berlin, Germany. Read More >>>
Vertigo was a German/Italian Dance-Project from the 90s. They had 2 massive Club-Hits with "Magic Eyes" and the Jean-Michael-Jarre-Conversion "Oxygene". According to discogs.com the members of Vertigo were Giorgio Koppehele, Martin Koppehele & Suna Cope.
Vertigo was a czech ska
band from Prague which existed from 2001 to 2005. They realesed one studio album: Graveyard Shift.
Vertigo is an original alternative/rock band from Knoxville, TN/USA with female vocals. They are currently touring (2008) and have released album to date "And Miles to Go Before We Sleep."
From hard-driving rock beats to a more ethereal and melodic vibe, Vertigo’s sound is somewhere between Flyeaf and Radiohead.
Vertigo has also shared the stage with acts such as Flyleaf, The Gin Blossoms, 10 Years, and Shiny Toy Guns.
There is also a defunct Minneapolis-based band called Vertigo, which released much of its output on the popular independent rock label, Amphetamine Reptile, in the 1990s. Additionally, an Australian band released an album in 1997, featuring the Top 40 track "Forever Lately", under this name before changing their name to Invertigo
. Listen at Last.fm