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US trio PAIK was formed in 1997 by Rob Smith (guitars), Ali Clegg (bass) and Ryan Pritts (drums). They released their debut ablum "Hugo Strange" in 1998, which was followed by their sophomore production "Corridors" in 2001. "The Orson Fader" from 2003 was next, and in 2004 their fourth and most succesful CD "Satin Black" was released. Clegg left the band in 2005, replaced by Anthony Petrovic (bass). This revised trio recorded and released "Monster of the Absolute" in 2006, Paik's fifth and final album.

Paik's sound have been described as an amalgam of post rock and space rock, with bands like Mogwai, Explosions in the Sky and Hash Jar Tempo as common references.

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