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Elemeno P

Alternative rockers Elemeno P seemingly came out of nowhere in 2003, when their debut album Love and Disrespect sold 45,000 copies led by singles originally recorded in the founding members’ living room. The same year they played support for US acts Sum 41 and Good Charlotte. Three years later, and with a second album, 2005's Trouble In Paradise, under their belts, the band was named Best Group at the NZ Music Awards. Infectious single 'Baby Come On' from their third album featured on a high profile TV ad (a rock-your-cubicle concept for Telecom) and its anthemic chorus had Kiwis dancing in their living rooms.