Band Genre

Pop Punk/Punk


Los Angeles, California


"Welcome to the World of Orange"
"Escape from LA"

Orange is the band who perform their song "Revolution" as the theme song to Cartoon Network's animated show Generator Rex. Some of their other songs has also appeared on certain episodes of the Generator Rex series.

Orange is an American pop punk/punk band from Los Angeles, California. The band were first signed to Hellcat/Epitaph Records by Tim Armstrong of Rancid when they were only 16 years old and since then have toured the world with many bands such as Misfits, The Adicts, UK Subs, Rancid, and Zebrahead and have been on multiple TV shows including The O.C., The Hills. They released two very well received albums, "Welcome to the World of Orange" and "Escape from LA". Orange released their third full length album "Phoenix" in 2009.

Band members

Current line-up

  • Joe Dexter - bass guitar and lead vocals (2002-present)
  • Perry Ladish - lead guitar (2010-present)
  • Alec Gomez - rhythm guitar (2008-present)
  • Zak Glosserman - drums (2002-present)

Former members

  • Mike Valentine - lead guitar (2002-2006)
  • Jack Berglund - rhythm guitar (2002-2008)
  • Brendan Minded - lead guitar (2009)
  • Jon DeRing - lead guitar (2005)

Songs used in Generator Rex

ORANGE - Revolution music video (Generator Rex theme)

ORANGE - Revolution music video (Generator Rex theme)


  • Revolution (Opening sequence)
  • Ghetto-Blasta[1]
  • Never Going Out Again[2]
  • Catching Up[3]

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