Jay Gordon Birthday (January 30th)

Jay Gordon Birthday (January 30th)

Jay Paul Gordon, a producer and musician was born on 30th January, 1967 in San Francisco, California. Jay Gordon is a singer in synth-industrial band Orgy, which grew to fame during their signing to Korn's hatchling label, Elementary Records, their facade on the primary Family Values Tour, with owing to mainstream response to their wrap of New Order's autograph song, Blue Monday. And his inscrutable, glam-styled look and energetic stage presence have been main factors contributing to his fame, turning him into the pop music star of sorts.

Jay Gordon Biography

Early Life of

Jay Gordon grew up around in music. He loved music very much. At the age of 4, Jay Gordon accustomed to play bass, until Jay met Ryan. They did not want to play in small town concerts for the reason that they didn’t want to image down. Jay Gordon had played with Korns lead singer in a band. Orgy was signed to the Elementary/Reprise records. First time, they released their first CD, 'Candyass', on the loose on 18th August 1998. After some time, they unconfined their second album, 'Vapor Transmission', on 10th October, 2000.

Jay Gordon Career Graph

Previous and Outside Projects

First Jay Gordon worked as an artiste with bands Deadsy and Lit. Jay Gordon had joined up with many other admired rock musicians on the project named The Wonder girls. Jay Gordon has joined up with lots of musicians throughout his melodic career such as the Jonathan Davis of Korn and other bands Linkin Park, Coal Chamber, and Crazy Town. Particularly, Jay Gordon has worked widely with a Coal Chamber as a maker of their initial self-titled album. Jay Gordon is a lead vocalist of a band Machine Gun Orchestra.

1998-2000

Orgy’s primary release, 1998's Candyass, would verify to be a vast success, mainly fueled with the regard of Blue Monday, with that of their initial single, Stitches. And the band would discharge singles to both throughout this period which would remain several remixes of the songs, and some of that were produced through Jay Gordon himself, a style which would kept on to arise right through all of Orgy's following single releases. And in the year of 2000, Orgy unconfined their 2nd one complete album, Vapor Transmission, which even though gaining a rather respectable sales presentation did not replicate the wild achievement of its precursor.

2000-2004

Orgy left Reprise and Elementary records, apparently under cordial circumstances. And the Drummer Bobby Hewitt left that band to link his brother Fab Fernandez in a group Snake River Conspiracy, even though he would finally return.

In the year of 2002, Jay Gordon presented the song Slept So Long for Queen of the Damned album, because of contractual limits which restricted musician Jonathan Davis from performing the lyrics to his composed songs while they emerged upon the definite soundtrack (though Davis did really perform all musical tracks within the movie itself, oddly enough). Jay Gordon has emerged with his band Orgy on additional albums for instance Zoo Lander, which featured the previously unreleased song Faces.

In the year of 2004, Jay Gordon voiced various characters for PC game "Vampire the Masquerade" Bloodlines.

Present

Currently Jay Gordon runs a record tag D-1 Music with his father Lou Gordon, from which he produced and released Punk Static Paranoia, as well as releasing their DVD, Trans Global Spectacle DVD. Currently, Orgy is an active band, even though the entire members remain continually busy with frequent side projects as well.

Personal Quotes

"I wear more makeup than my mother"

"What's important to me, is that you give away all your emotion in the music." "It's a blend of sounds, styles, and magic, and sand." (On Orgy)

Actor:

  1. Gothic 3 (2006) (VG) (voice: English version) .... Additional Voices
  2. Crime: New York City (2005) (VG)
  3. X-Men Legends (2004) (VG) (voice) .... Soldier #1
  4. Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004) (VG) .... Hook-Handed Man
  5. Doom (2004) (VG) (voice).... Additional Voices ... aka Doom III (USA)
  6. Call of Duty: United Offensive (2004) (VG) (voice) .... Pvt. Korolov/Additional Voices
  7. Spider-Man 2 (2004) (VG) (voice) .... J. Jonah Jameson / Thug Gallo
  8. Spider-Man (2002) (VG) (voice) .... Bone Saw McGraw
  9. Minority Report (2002) (VG) (voice) .... Barry Hatch/Additional Voices
  10. Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix (2002) (VG) (voice) .... Additional Voices
  11. Soundtrack:
  12. Zoo Lander (2001) ("Chasing Sirens", "Faces")... aka Zoo Lander (Germany)
  13. (2001) (writer: "Opticon")

Producer:

  1. Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004) (VG) (producer)

Music Department:

  1. Absolute Punishment: The Ultimate Death Experience Part 2 (1998) (V) (composer: additional music)

Self:

  • 2000s
  • 1990s
  1. Society 1: Fearing the Exit (2005) (V) .... Himself
  2. "Charmed" .... Himself (1 episode, 2001) - Sin Francisco (2001) TV episode.... Himself
  3. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien”.... Musical Guest (1 episode, 1999)... aka Late Night with Conan O'Brien (Australia) - Episode dated 13 February 1999 (1999) TV episode (as Orgy) .... Musical Guest
  4. Family Values Fall Tour '98 (1998) (V) (as Orgy) .... Himself (Orgy)