Speared on by mentors in the Vancouver, British Columbia band Moist, Yve Adam founded Mollies Revenge at the end of 1994. In January 1995, about three weeks after their initial rehearsal, the band opened for Moist (in front of a crowd of 3,000 people), which would be an intimidating first gig for nearly any band. But the group managed to survive the show and went on to become one of Vancouver's most popular club acts. They also toured Canada three times with Moist, playing for crowds as large as 5,000. In 1997, the band released their debut album, Every Dirty Word. The following year they broke up and after some downtime, Yve and fellow bandmate Adam decided to continue as a twosome. Their American breakthrough was the appearance of their song "Don't" on the soundtrack for the motion picture Message in a Bottle. Their full-length debut came on 143/Atlantic Records in 2000 with their album Fiction. ~ Stacia Proefrock, Rovi
Destiny will raise the profile of their secure music distribution technology, MPE(TM), in the coming months. MPE is a solution to prevent pirating of digital music on the Internet. Says Vestergaard, "We hit a number of milestones last quarter, including a pilot with Atlantic Records recording artist Yve Adam. The digital distribution of electronic music, books, videos and research reports offers a significant opportunity for Destiny in the coming year."
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Fiction · Yve Adam
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Released on: 2000-07-07
Engineer: Andrew Scheps and Jeanie Toole
Engineer, Producer: Carmen Rizzo
Composer, Lyricist: Adam Popowitz
Composer, Lyricist: Jeremy Ruzumma
Composer, Lyricist: Yvette Narlock
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After a year on the road, Mollies Revenge broke up, but group members Yve and Adam weren’t ready to throw in the towel. They reformed, retooled, and stripped down their sound, while digging deeper into their souls for the songwriting process.