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Supergroup (music)

A supergroup is a music group whose members are already successful as solo artists or as part of other groups or well known in other professions. Usually used in the context of rock and pop music, the term has been applied to other musical genres such as The Three Tenors in opera.[1]

The term is sometimes applied retrospectively when several members from a group later achieve notable success in their own right. Supergroups are sometimes formed as side projects and thus not intended to be permanent, while other times can become the primary project of the members' careers. Charity supergroups, where prominent musicians perform or record together in support of a particular cause have been common since the 1980s.


It became popular in late 1960s rock music for members of already successful groups to record an album together, after which they normally split up.[2] In 1969, Rolling Stone editor Jann Wenner credited Cream with being the first supergroup[3] and they are still widely recognised as the archetype of the short-lived much-hyped rock supergroup. Cream comprised Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker who, after three years and four albums, split up, Clapton and Baker going on to form a new group Blind Faith.[4]

The term may have come from the 1968 album Super Session with Al Kooper, Mike Bloomfield, and Stephen Stills. The coalition of Crosby, Stills & Nash (later Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young) is another early example, given the success of their prior bands (The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, and The Hollies respectively).


In 1974, a Time magazine article entitled "Return of a Supergroup" quipped that the supergroup was a "potent but short-lived rock phenomenon" which was an "amalgam formed by the talented malcontents of other bands." The article acknowledged that groups such as Cream and Blind Faith "played enormous arenas and made megabucks, and sometimes megamusic", with the performances "fueled by dueling egos." However, while this "musical infighting built up the also made breakups inevitable."[5]

Notable groups

This list is of each band's founding line-up, and members who joined within a year of founding.

This list contains only groups which have performed more than a single song or live show together.

Founded Band/project name Members Notes Citations
1965 The Steampacket Albums: Steampacket, The First Supergroup
1966 Cream Albums: Fresh Cream, Disraeli Gears, Wheels of Fire, Goodbye [3]
1968 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Albums: Crosby, Stills & Nash, Déjà Vu, CSN, Daylight Again, American Dream, Live It Up, After the Storm and Looking Forward and three live albums [6][7]
1969 Blind Faith Albums: Blind Faith [8]
Humble Pie Albums: Humble Pie, Smokin', and more
1970 Emerson, Lake & Palmer Albums: Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Tarkus, Trilogy, and more [9]
Ginger Baker's Air Force Albums: Ginger Baker's Air Force, Ginger Baker's Air Force 2 [10]
Derek and the Dominos Albums: Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs
1971 Captain Beyond Albums: Captain Beyond, Sufficiently Breathless, Far Beyond a Distant Sun - Live Arlington, Texas and more.
1973 Journey
Albums: Journey, Look into the Future, Next, and more
Bad Company Albums: Bad Company, Straight Shooter, Run With the Pack and more. [11]
1974 KGB Albums: KGB (1974), Movin' On (1975—without Bloomfield and Grech)
1975 Sonic's Rendezvous Band Albums: Sweet Nothing (1999), City Slang (2000), Sonic's Rendezvous Band (Box Set) (2006), Masonic Temple, Detroit 1978 (2007)
Little River Band Albums: Little River Band, After Hours, Diamantina Cocktail, Sleeper Catcher, First Under the Wire, Time Exposure and more [12]
1977 U.K.
Albums: U.K. (1978)
Danger Money (1979)
1978 Serú Girán Albums: Serú Giran, La grasa de las capitales, Bicicleta, and more.
1981 New Race Albums: The First and Last
1982 Asia Albums: Asia, Alpha, Phoenix, Omega, XXX
1984 The Firm Albums: The Firm, Mean Business
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Albums: For full discography, see Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
The Power Station Albums: The Power Station, Living In Fear
1985 The Highwaymen Albums: Highwayman, Highwayman 2, The Road Goes on Forever
Gogmagog Albums: I Will Be There
Mike + The Mechanics
Albums: see Mike + The Mechanics discography
1988 Bad English Albums: Bad English, Backlash
Blue Murder
Albums: Blue Murder, Nothin' But Trouble
Alias Albums: Alias
Traveling Wilburys Albums: Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1, Traveling Wilburys Vol. 3
Mr. Big
Albums: Mr. Big (1989), Lean Into It (1991), Bump Ahead (1993), Hey Man (1996), Get Over It (2000), Actual Size (2001), What If... (2011)
Albums: Badlands, Voodoo Highway
1989 Electronic

Occasionally joined by:

Albums: Electronic (1991)
Damn Yankees Albums: Damn Yankees (1990), Don't Tread (1992)
1990 Don Dokken's backing band
Temple of the Dog

and various other contributors

Texas Tornados Six studio albums, two live albums and one greatest hits compilation.
1991 Contraband
The Wiggles Over 30 albums.
1992 Magdallan
Tex, Don and Charlie
  • Albums: Sad But True (1993), Monday Morning Coming Down (live album, 1995), All Is Forgiven (2005)
1993 Slash's Snakepit
1994 Mad Season
The Backbeat Band
Foo Fighters
Touring musicians
1995 Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
Cork [16]
Neurotic Outsiders Albums: Neurotic Outsiders (1996) [17]
1996 Westside Connection [18]
Def Squad Albums: El Niño (1998)
1997 LSG
The Firm
  • Playdough (Ill Harmonics, Phonetic Composition)
  • Manchild (Mars Ill, Move Merchants, The Pride)
  • DJ Dust (Mars Ill)
  • Freddie Bruno (Phonetic Composition)
  • Listener (Listener, Labklik)
  • Beat Rabbi (Circumcised Mind)
  • Manwell?
  • Sivion (Phat KATS)
  • Sev Statik (Tunnel Rats)
  • Sintax the Terrific (The Pride)
  • Ill Tripp (Labklik)
  • Recon (The Pride)
Albums: The Beginning, Is the Start of Everything (1997), The Night We Called It a Day (2002), Unique, Just Like Everyone Else (2005), Deepspacesoul (2007), Bakesale (2008), Greatest Beats and Unreleased (2008), The Blueprint 3 Outtakes (2009), The Future Ain't What It Used to Be (2010) [19][20][21]
1998 Fantômas
Liquid Tension Experiment
Mass Mental?
Ram Trilogy
  • Andy C (Origin Unknown)
  • Ant Miles (Origin Unknown)
  • Shimon
  • Albums: Molten Beats (1999)
1999 Avantasia Albums: The Metal Opera (2001)
Avantasia (2001)
The Metal Opera Part II (2002)
Lost in Space Part I (2007)
Lost in Space Part II (2007)
The Scarecrow (2008)
The Wicked Symphony (2010)
Angel of Babylon (2011)
Dark Lotus [22]
Broken Social Scene [23]
Dream Evil [24]
Lucy Pearl
A Perfect Circle [25]
The Transplants
Rebel Meets Rebel Albums: "Rebel Meets Rebel" (2006)
The Wondergirls
  • Releases: Drop That Baby, Let's Go All The Way (1999)
Loaded Albums: Episode 1999: Live (1999), Dark Days (2001), Wasted Heart EP (2008), Sick (2009) [26][27][28][29]
2000 JAM Project
Former members
Albums: see "JAM Project albums"
All members are prominent figures in the anime, tokusatsu, and video game industries
The HRSMN Albums: The Horsemen Project (2003)
2001 Son of Sam Albums: "Songs from the Earth" (2001)
Oysterhead Albums: "The Grand Pecking Order" (2001)
The Philadelphia Experiment Albums: "The Philadelphia Experiment" (2001)
Audioslave Albums: Audioslave (2002), Out of Exile (2005), Revelations (2006) [30]
Spys4Darwin Albums: microfish (EP) (2001)
Khanate Albums: Khanate, Things Viral, Capture & Release, Clean Hands Go Foul
The Postal Service Albums: Give Up
Zwan Albums: Mary Star of the Sea
2002 Eyes Adrift Albums: Eyes Adrift (2002)
Box Car Racer
Velvet Revolver Albums: Contraband (2004), Libertad (2007)
Brides of Destruction [31][32][33][34][35]
2003 Living Loud
Nu:Logic Album: What I've Always Waited For (2013) [36]
2004 Frost* Albums: Milliontown (2006), Experiments in Mass Appeal (2008)
Ataxia Albums: Automatic Writing (2004), AWII (2007)
  • Klinghoffer later replaced John Frusciante as guitarist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Bushido Albums: Bushido (2004)
  • Albums: Wintersun (2004), Time (~2009)
  • Until after the release of their first album, Jari handled all instruments except drums, which were left to Kai. Teemu and Jukka were hired to complete a touring-ready lineup.
The Sound of Animals Fighting Albums: Tiger and the Duke (2005), Lover, the Lord Has Left Us... (2006), The Ocean and the Sun (2008) DVD: We Must Become the Change We Want to See (2007)
Alter Bridge Albums: One Day Remains (2004), Blackbird (2007), AB III (2010), Fortress (2013)
Monsters of Folk Album: Monsters of Folk (2009)
Falcon Album: Unicornography (2006)
2005 +44
Angels & Airwaves
Former member
Army of Anyone Album: Army of Anyone (2006)
Five Finger Death Punch
2006 Heaven and Hell Albums: Live from Radio City Music Hall (2007), The Devil You Know (2009)
  • A re-formation of the 1980-1982 Black Sabbath lineup.
Big Dirty Band
Another Animal Album: "Another Animal" (2007)
Scars on Broadway Album: Scars on Broadway, 2008
Black President
Thought Chamber
2007 Hellyeah
Former members
Albums: Hellyeah (2007), Stampede (2010), Band of Brothers (2012)
Against All Will Albums: A Rhyme and Reason (2009)
Cavalera Conspiracy Albums: Inflikted (2008), Blunt Force Trauma (2011)
Magnetic Man Albums: Magnetic Man (2010)
Child Rebel Soldier
Northern Kings Albums: Reborn (2007), Rethroned (2008)
The Last Shadow Puppets Album: The Age of the Understatement (2008)
Works Progress Administration Albums: WPA (2009), 4X4 (2011)
2008 Amaranthe Albums: "Amaranthe" (2011), "The Nexus" (2013)
Apparatjik Album: We Are Here, 2010
Chickenfoot Albums: Chickenfoot (2009), Chickenfoot III (2011)
The Civil Wars Albums: The Civil Wars discography
Empire of the Sun Albums: Walking on a Dream (2008), Ice on the Dune (2013)
fun. Albums: Aim and Ignite (2009), Some Nights (2012)
Fear and the Nervous System Albums: Fear and the Nervous System (2011)
Solution .45 For Aeons Past (2010)
Superband EP: North Bound, 2009; Go South, 2010 (EP)
SMV Albums: Thunder, 2008
United Nations Albums: United Nations, 2008
Slaughterhouse Albums: Slaughterhouse (2009), EP Slaughterhouse EP (2011), Welcome to: Our House (2012)
2009 Two Tongues Album: Two Tongues, 2009 [37]
Isles & Glaciers Album: The Hearts of Lonely People, 2009 [38]
Ov Hell Album: The Underworld Regime, 2010 [39]
Basement Birds Album: Basement Birds, 2010 [40]
Duck Sauce Album: Greatest Hits, 2010
Shrinebuilder Album: Shrinebuilder, 2009 [41]
Tinted Windows Album: Tinted Windows, 2009 [42]
The Dead Weather Album: Horehound, 2009, Sea of Cowards, 2010 [43]
Them Crooked Vultures Album: Them Crooked Vultures, 2009 [44]
Dead by Sunrise Album: Out of Ashes, 2009
Atoms for Peace Album: Amok, 2013 [45]
Doctor Midnight & The Mercy Cult Album: I Declare: Treason, 2011
2010 Broken Bells Album: Broken Bells, 2010
Black Country Communion Albums: Black Country, 2010
2, 2011
Afterglow, 2012
The Damned Things Album: Ironiclast 14th, 2010
Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows Album: D.R.U.G.S., 2011
Swedish House Mafia Album: Until One, 2010, Until Now, 2012
Alex, Jorge y Lena Album: Alex, Jorge y Lena, 2010 [46]
Burning Empires Album: TBA, 2010
How to Destroy Angels Album: How to Destroy Angels (album), June 2010
Symfonia Album: 2011
2011 Mister Heavenly Album:Out of Love 2011
Beautiful Eulogy
  • Braille
  • Odd Thomas
  • Courtland Urbano (formerly known as Xperiment)
Satellite Kite (2012), Instruments of Mercy (2013)
Wild Flag Album: TBA, 2011 [47]
Adrenaline Mob Album: EP Adrenaline Mob, June 2011
Animetal USA
Album: Animetal USA, 2011
Animetal USA W, 2012
SuperHeavy Album: SuperHeavy, September 2011
V.A. Playaz
Hangover Hero Album:Hangover Hero, November 2011
AxeWound Album:Vultures, 2012
The Winery Dogs
Album: The Winery Dogs, 2013
Steve Taylor & the Perfect Foil Goliath (2014) [48][49]
2012 Palms Album: 2012
Smoke & Jackal Albums: EP1, 2012
Destroid Albums: Destroid - The Invasion (2013), Destroid - The Invasion Remixes (2014) [50][51][52]
Dog Blood EPs: Middle Finger (2012), Middle Finger, Pt. 2 (2013), Middle Finger, Pt. 2 - The Remixes (2014) [53]
Galantis EPs: Galantis EP (2014)
2013 Hard Working Americans Albums: Hard Working Americans (2014). [54]
Starbomb Albums: Starbomb (2013).
I Am Legion Albums: I Am Legion (2013), I Am Legion (Instrumentals) (2013), I Am Legion (Remixes) (2014)
The Both Albums: The Both, 2014
Rhythm Riders Albums: Come with the Love (2013), Give Me a Sign (2014) [55]
2014 The Alexanders Singles: Don't Miss (2014), Pwoin Pwoin Pwoin (2014)
Jack Ü Singles: Take Ü There (feat. Kiesza) (2014)
Get Real [56]

Single album/show supergroups

These were often one-show or one album projects, though some played more than one show, because all or most members were involved in other bands or groups.

Founded Band/project name Members Notes Citations
1956 Million Dollar Quartet Impromptu recording session later released as a 47 track compilation. Without Presley, the group would reunite in 1982 (The Survivors Live) and 1986 (Class of '55).
1966 Eric Clapton's Powerhouse The band did not release any albums, in fact, they recorded only three singles featured on the Elektra compilation What's Shakin'.
1967 The Super Super Blues Band Albums: Super Blues, The Super Super Blues Band
1968 The Dirty Mac They performed only once, at The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus television event, and are featured on the soundtrack album released in connection with the show being issued on VHS.
1969 The Plastic Ono Band Albums: Live Peace in Toronto 1969, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band, Sometime In New York City
1970 Lord Sutch and Heavy Friends Album: Smoke and Fire
1979 The Greedies Originally known as The Greedy Bastards, recorded one Christmas single, "A Merry Jingle."
1983 The Glove Album: Blue Sunshine (1983)
1984 Hindu Love Gods Album: Hindu Love Gods (1990)
1990 The Gak Played two charity concerts in 1990.
1992 Praxis Albums: Transmutation (Mutatis Mutandis), Sacrifist, Metatron, Live in Poland, Transmutation Live, 1984, Mold, Warszawa, Collection, Tennessee 2004, Profanation (Preparation for a Coming Darkness)
1993 Automatic Baby One-time performance of U2's "One" during an MTV concert for President Bill Clinton.
1994 Bruce-Baker-Moore Albums: Around the Next Dream
1998 Brandy and Monica Singles:
Stardust Singles: "Music Sounds Better with You"
1999 Global Trotters Albums: Drive, GLOBAL TROTTERS PROJECT volume I - DRIVE.
  • Drive was recorded by the core members recording their parts and either mailing tapes to another member or sending MP3 files of their work via e-mail. GLOBAL TROTTERS PROJECT volume I - DRIVE was a remix version of Drive made by Roedelius and Bickley.
  • Although Hirasawa is considered a core member of the group, he only worked on one track ("Parallel Motives", which was remixed twice).
  • The group made three original songs on the original album ("Parallel Motives", "Tribal Engine" and "Drive"), remixes of those songs by Roedelius and Bickley: One as the first album's bonus track (Tribal Engine "Neuromask Mix") and the two others on the second album (the "Neuromask Mix" was also included on the second album). A remix of Roedelius and Bickley's "Parallel Motives" remix by Paterson ("Parallel Motives II") was also included on the second album.
  • The first album was only released on Japan only by MAGNET Records (the label that P-MODEL was signed to in 1999, together with Hirasawa's TESLAKITE label). The second one was only released on Europe only by Rykodisc (the label that Roedelius was signed to in 1999, together with Gegenwart).
2000 The Word Album: "The Word" (2001)
2001 Oysterhead Album: The Grand Pecking Order (2001)
2002 Planet Us Songs: "Vertigo" and "Peeping Through a Hole". "Vertigo" was originally intended for the first Spider-Man movie, but it was turned down.
Frou Frou Details (album)
2004 Probot Albums: Probot
  • Features Dave Grohl playing most all of the instruments, along with one of his favorite heavy metal / punk rock vocalists on each track.
Tak Matsumoto Group Albums: TMG I
2005 Roadrunner United Albums: The All-Star Sessions. Released October 11, 2005 to commemorate Roadrunner's 25 anniversary.
2005 Men with Banjos (who Know How to Use Them) Performed at the 2005 New Yorker Festival and on Late Show with David Letterman. An earlier incarnation of the Martin-Scruggs collaboration, 2001's “Earl Scruggs and Friends,” featured a number of other prominent musicians.
2006 Tipton, Entwistle & Powell Albums: Edge of the World. The album was released in 2006, but was recorded in the mid-1990s.
The Good The Bad & The Queen Albums: The Good, the Bad & the Queen [57]
2007 Liquid Trio Experiment Albums: Spontaneous Combustion
S.K.I.N. The band gave its debut performance on June 29, 2007 at the Anime Expo in Long Beach, California.

Albums: As of mid-2009, neither an album release date nor a full-time bass player have been announced.

2008 Fear And The Nervous System Album: Fear And The Nervous System
2009 Operation Aloha Albums: Operation Aloha
Young Legionnaire
The White Album Concert Toured Australia with the show The White Album Concert in 2009, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the release of The Beatles' classic album. This involved the listed performers collectively playing the entire double album live.
2010 NKOTBSB Albums: NKOTBSB (2011)
They recorded two new songs together, a mash-up track, and released a compilation album featuring said tracks. The supergroup also toured North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia in 2011-2012.

Charity supergroups

These are usually one-shot projects, organized to create a charity record to raise money or awareness for a cause or charity. Notable examples are the various charity supergroups which formed in response to the 1983–85 famine in Ethiopia, initiated by Band Aid which recorded "Do They Know It's Christmas?" in 1984, such as USA for Africa ("We Are the World") and Northern Lights ("Tears Are Not Enough").

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