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Name  Athan Maroulis
Role  Vocalist
Siblings  Constantine Maroulis

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Music groups  Black Tape for a Blue Girl, Spahn Ranch (Since 1993)
Albums  Remnants of a Deeper P, A Chaos of Desire, The Scavenger Bride, 10 Neurotics, As One Aflame Laid Bare
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Athanasios Demetrios Maroulis (born September 22, 1964) is an actor, vocalist and record producer born in Brooklyn, New York. He is the older brother of singer Constantine Maroulis and also has a sister, Anastasia. Athan Maroulis formed the New York based group Fahrenheit 451 (1984–1986), with whom he recorded his first commercially available album. Over the ensuing years, Maroulis established himself in a number of alternative musical genres including gothic, industrial and electronic. Stints with the Philadelphia based Executive Slacks (1987–1990), as well as Tubalcain (1991–1993), followed.

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After moving to Los Angeles he fronted Spahn Ranch (band) (1993–2000). A diverse and fairly eclectic vocalist, Maroulis recorded a number of albums with a 1940s styled vocal/jazz combo named The Blue Dahlia (1999–2000). Maroulis remains active both behind and in front of the scenes, runs Sepiatone Records, a vintage vocal and jazz record label while continuing to lend his voice to various studio and film projects.

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Maroulis has also completed over 250 compact disc reissues, and has produced and written liner notes on collections such as Orson Welles and The War of the Worlds, as well as compilations from Billie Holiday, Marvin Gaye and Miles Davis.

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Fahrenheit 451

  • Fahrenheit 451: The House of Morals (1986)
  • Fahrenheit 451: The Gothic Years and After (2000)
  • Tubalcain

  • Tubalcain: 25 Assorted Needles (1992)
  • Tubalcain: Left (1994)
  • Spahn Ranch

  • Spahn Ranch: Collateral Damage (1993)
  • Spahn Ranch: The Blackmail Starters Kit (1994)
  • Spahn Ranch: The Coiled One (1995)
  • Spahn Ranch: In Parts Assembled Solely (1996)
  • Spahn Ranch: Architecture (1997)
  • Spahn Ranch: Retrofit (1998)
  • Spahn Ranch: Beat Noir (1998)
  • Spahn Ranch: Anthology 1992-1994 (2000)
  • Spahn Ranch: Closure (2001)
  • Vampire Rodents

  • Vampire Rodents: Gravity's Rim (1996)
  • The Blue Dahlia

  • The Blue Dahlia: The Blue Dahlia (2000)
  • The Blue Dahlia: A Tribute to Frank Sinatra (2001)
  • Black Tape for a Blue Girl

  • Black Tape for a Blue Girl: The Scavenger Bride (2002)
  • Black Tape for a Blue Girl: 10 Neurotics (2009)
  • NOIR

  • NOIR: Darkly Near (2013)
  • Producer discography

    Highlights include:

  • Various Artists: The Black Bible (1998)
  • Billie Holiday: Anthology 1944-1959 (2000)
  • Artie Shaw: The Best of the War Years (2001)
  • Orson Welles: The Very Best of (2001)
  • Jo Stafford: The Best of the War Years (2001)
  • Shuggie Otis: In Session (2002)
  • Miles Davis: From Cool to Bop/The Anthology (2002)
  • Django Reinhardt: Anthology 1934-1937 (2002)
  • The King Cole Trio: The MacGregor Anthology (2002)
  • Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra: The Best of the War Years (2003)
  • Gypsy 83: Soundtrack (2003)
  • Leadbelly: The Best of (2003)
  • Charlie Parker: The New York Anthology 1950-1954 (2003)
  • Louis Prima and His Orchestra: The Best of the War Years (2003)
  • Marlene Dietrich: The Anthology 1930-1949 (2003)
  • Marilyn Monroe: Anthology (2003)
  • Gary Numan: Here in My Car/The Best of (2004)
  • Marvin Gaye: The Concert Anthology (2004)
  • Ray Charles: The Genius Anthology (2005)
  • Sarah Vaughan: Anthology (2005)
  • Various Artists: The Christmas Anthology (2005)
  • References

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