E.S.P is a band in the best tradition of the British punkmusic, based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. They play an attractive
mixture of rock, reggae and ska and have a large selfwritten repertoire. E.S.P's live-set is full of enthousiasm and energy.
The band was formed in 1987 by a couple of friends who knew each other from way back from the days of the punkrock-
explosion ('76/'77), playing together in 'famous' Dutch bands like Bugs, Infexion, First Impression and Trux.

E.S.P played their first live-gig in 1988 and since then many other gigs
followed, headlining, or supporting bands like Jah Wobble's Invaders
and De Dijk.

Their contribution to the 'Beatles Coverfestival', playing songs from
'Revolver', was broadcasted on Dutch national radio/television and
they did a couple of live-shows on local radio.

E.S.P (left to right) : Keyboards: Hans Sinnige Guitar: Carlo Edel Bass: Alfons de Graaf Drums: André de Graaf
E.S.P released three cassettes, a 7" vinyl e.p., a CD called 'Dub Division' and are now working on their next CD.

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