- 1. BTW (Trike & the Vikings) 3.49 451 plays
- 2. Dirty Body (Friday Songs) 3.01 281 plays
- 3. Zombie (Friday Songs) 3.41 216 plays
- 4. Fantasy Life (Friday Songs) 3.13 159 plays
- 5. Party and Drugs (Friday Songs) 3.32 250 plays
- 6. Dance to Trance (Friday Songs) 2.52 255 plays
- 7. Prescription (Heaven is a Zipper Away) 3.47 209 plays
- 8. Body Like Mine (The New Album) 4.03 200 plays
- 9. Let's Jog (Trike & the Vikings) 3.06 166 plays
- 10. Boy I Was Wrong (Friday Songs) 2.49 156 plays
- 11. Mag Ik Met Jou (The New Album) 1.32 168 plays
- 12. Crazy Glue (the New Album) 3.40 171 plays
- 13. Mushy (Trike & the Vikings) 4.29 156 plays
- 14. Politics of Love (Friday Songs) 2.35 141 plays
- 15. Salty Blue (Friday Songs) 4.03 110 plays
- 16. Houston (The New Album) 4.42 122 plays
- 17. Smack Me Around (Trike & the Vikings) 4.34 301 plays
- 18. Telephone (Friday Songs) 3.02 190 plays
- 19. Sun Burns Up (The New Album) 3.33 234 plays
- 20. Do The Trikey (Trike & the Vikings) 4.23 278 plays
- 21. Sucks to Die (The New Album) 2.27 175 plays
- 22. Evil Twin (Friday Songs) 3.36 193 plays
- 23. Exploding Cars (The New Album) 2.34 187 plays
- 24. I Don't Care Anymore (The New Album) 1.30 602 plays
- 25. Top of the Charts (Friday Songs) 3.08 387 plays
- 26. Wish You Loved Me Again (Friday Songs) 3.41 343 plays
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Trike is an Electro-Aerobic-Art-Pop duo from Canada.
Made up of Stephen Taylor (keyboard, vocals) and Xania Keane (violin, tap-dancing), this band is most happy on stage. Their live show is very theatrical, energetic and includes synchronized dancing, costume changes and spanking.
Three years ago, Trike won $20,000 on Canadian television competition “The Gong Show”. They used the money to tour across 16 European countries, performing hundreds of shows.
After 18 months of touring, Trike was robbed of all their money in Berlin. They couldn’t afford plane tickets back to Canada, so they decided to stay in Europe and work on a new album. They landed a Yamaha sponsorship, which allowed them to borrow professional recording equipment. As they set up a home-recording studio in a friend’s basement in Denmark, they were offered a record contract from Belgian label Cheap Satanism Records. Their album “Trike and the Vikings” was released in May. It received great reviews in European and North American publications, and is currently gaining popularity on US college radio. It charted in 9 cities, making it to #1 in Maine.
In 2011, Trike completed ‘Friday Songs’, a project that tested the speed of their creativity. The project required them to write and record a new song and music video every week. The videos are published on their website: http://www.trikeaband.com