The Adicts Net Worth

The Adicts Net Worth is
$16 Million

The Adicts Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

The Adicts are an English punk band from Ipswich, Suffolk, England. One of the more popular punk rock bands in the 1980s, they were often in the indie charts during that decade. Their song "Viva La Revolution" was featured in the video game Tony Hawk's Underground. It was also featured in a commercial for the E! channel advertising their reality television show Pop Fiction. It remains one of the band's most well known songs.The Adicts originated as Afterbirth & The Pinz in late 1975. They soon changed their name to The Adicts and became known for their distinctive Clockwork Orange "droog" image, which along with their urgent, uptempo music and light-hearted lyrics, helped set them apart from other punk bands. In the 1980s, they temporarily changed their name to Fun Adicts (for a children's TV appearance) and then ADX (after signing to a major label).Their music has catchy melodies and lyrics, and often features extra instruments and sound clips, such as carousel music in "How Sad", violin played by Derick Cook in "Joker in the Pack", and gongs and keyboard percussion by Anthony Boyd in "Chinese Takeaway".The musicians wear all-white clothing with black boots and black bowler hats. The singer, Keith "Monkey" Warren, wears joker makeup, wildly patterned suits (such as checkerboard or polka dot), flared trousers, colorful dress shirts, bowler hat and gloves. The band's visual look is complemented by their stage shows, involving items such as streamers, confetti, playing cards, beach balls, joker hats, toy instruments, bubbles and glitter.Still an active and popular live act, The Adicts appeared at the 2012 Punk Rock Bowling music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Full NameThe Adicts
ProfessionSoundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Punk's Not Dead2007Documentary performer: "Get Addicted", "Have You Got a Light Boy", "This Is Your Life", "Steamroller", "Numbers", "Joker in the Pack", "Chinese Takeaway"
Tony Hawk's Underground2003Video Game performer: "Viva La Revolution"

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Punk's Not Dead2007DocumentaryThemselves

Known for movies

Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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