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All the Queens Men

Acquiring gothic dance music and injecting it with an enormous dose of indie rock and roll sass, All of the Queen’s Guys don’t really match either scene. Rather they come nearer to the sensual throb of Garbage, but considerably bluesier within their strategy. Drummer Tamora Gooding, guitarist Cathering Capozzi, and …

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Queens of the Stone Age

Formed in the ashes of stoner rock and roll icons Kyuss, Queens from the Rock Age group reunited the group’s singer/guitarist Josh Homme, drummer Alfredo Hernandez, and bassist Nick Oliveri alongside brand-new guitarist/keyboardist Dave Getting. The project’s roots date back again to Homme, who within the wake of Kyuss’ 1995 …

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Queen Yemisi

b. Deborahe Owen, SC, USA. Owen started her profession in Chicago, Illinois, where she performed being a jazz vocalist, though it was noticeable that her vocal design was inspired by Jamaican music. As she was a keen supporter of reggae, she travelled to Jamaica and connected up with DJ Merciless. …

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Queen Pen

A protégé of artist/manufacturer Teddy Riley, rapper Queen Pencil first surfaced to provide a memorable rap for the chart-topping BLACKstreet smash “No Diggity.” Agreed upon to Riley’s Lil’ Man label, she produced her single debut with 1997’s My Melody, which Riley also created.

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Queen Mother Rage

Queen Mother Trend was an associate from the Blackwatch Committee, a collective comprising activists, writers, and music artists led by X-Clan frontman Teacher X. After adding to many X-related albums in a little capability, she released a single record in 1991 entitled Vanglorious Rules. Although her positive Afrocentric lyrics and …

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Queen Ifrica

Jamaica’s Ventrice Morgan, aka Queen Ifrica, can be a popular vocalist/toaster known on her behalf dancehall-influenced design. Like a number of the neo-soul performers who’ve been suffering from both classic spirit and hip-hop, Ifrica continues to be greatly affected by reggae’s traditional period (the ’60s and ’70s) but also offers …

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Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah was definitely not the first feminine rapper, but she was the initial one to be a bona fide superstar. She had even more charisma than her predecessors, and her solid, smart, no-nonsense persona produced her arguably the very first MC who could correctly be referred to as feminist. …

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QueenAdreena

Katie Jane Garside initial made sound in the first ’90s within the U.K. post-punk clothing Daisy Chainsaw. Her rag doll appear of torn dresses besmirched in dirt produced her vulnerability an instant focus on for the mass media. However, Daisy Chainsaw just released one record with Garside’s vocal theatrics; she …

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Queen Sarah Saturday

Close friends since their youth times in Durham, NC, Johnny Irion (vocals, electric guitar), Ryan Pickett (electric guitar), Chris Hollaway (bass), and Zeke Hutchins (drums) held their initial rehearsals for Queen Sarah Sunday in 1990. Thirsty Hearing released the band’s debut EP in August 1993, implemented one year afterwards with …

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Queensrÿche

Although these were initially grouped using the legions of pop-metal bands that dominated the American rock scene from the ’80s, Queensrÿche were probably one of the most distinctive bands from the era. Where their contemporaries constructed for the legacy of Vehicle Halen, Aerosmith, and Kiss, Queensrÿche built a progressive type …

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