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Tag Archives: 1980s – 2010s

Harry Dean Stanton

Harry Dean Stanton, a craggy-featured personality professional whose encounter is more familiar than his name to numerous viewers, is equally adept at using bad guys or even more heroic individuals. And a near prolific amount of appearances being a personality professional and in cameos in film and tv, Stanton also …

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Girl Trouble

Young lady Difficulty were the music group that bridged the distance between your Pacific Northwest audio from the ’60s (the high-energy garage area rock and roll attack from the Sonics, the Wailers, and Paul Revere & the Raiders) as well as the grunge picture from the ’80s and ’90s, taking …

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DJ Kayslay

Referred to as the Play Ruler (aka Slap YOUR PREFERRED DJ), DJ Kayslay rose to the very best of his field by refereeing a few of the most talked-about MC fights of the first 2000s, especially Jay-Z versus Nas and 50 Cent versus Ja Guideline, in his Streetsweeper mixtape series …

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Glenn Hughes

Starting out because the bassist and lead vocalist for English hard rockers Trapeze (which developed from British soulsters the news headlines) in 1969, Glenn Hughes accomplished his greatest fame because the bass player of Deep Crimson from 1974 before group divided in 1976. Hughes eventually reconvened Trapeze (without records ensuing) …

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DJ Jazzy Jeff

The accomplishments of DJ Jazzy Jeff, the Philadelphia-born Jeff Townes, predate and extend far beyond his multi-platinum, Grammy-winning relationship with Can Smith. Revered for his party-rocking abilities, which he begun to develop as a young child in his parents’ cellar, and known as a pioneer for his advancement of the …

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Giant Sand

Large Sand was the principal outlet for the stylistic curveballs and sun-damaged songcraft of Howe Gelb, a Pennsylvania-born singer/guitarist who shaped the four-piece Large Sandworms following relocating to Tuscon, Az in the middle-’70s. After launching the EP Will Wallow and Roam Following the Spoil in 1980, Gelb terminated everyone but …

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Gwen Stefani

Before she discovered she could write songs, Gwen Stefani was getting excited about a life of marriage, children, and white picket fences. When her sibling launched her to ska and fresh influx music, it tripped a string of events that could eventually result in an incredible number of albums marketed …

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Guided by Voices

Influenced equally by jangle pop and arty post-punk, Led by Voices produced some trebly, hissy indie rock files filled up with infectiously short pop songs that dropped somewhere within the United kingdom Invasion and prog rock. After documenting six self-released albums between 1986 and 1992, the Dayton, Ohio-based music group …

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Cannibal Corpse

“If vomit had been a movie, this might end up being the soundtrack,” wrote one critic of Cannibal Corpse’s music, a few of the most severe, violent death steel sounds and subject material ever focused on tape. Reveling in splatter-horror imagery within their frequently indecipherable lyrics, the group’s visual record …

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Kastelruther Spatzen

Kastelruther Spatzen reclaimed the sound and soul of traditional German music for the present day period. Walter Mauroner, Valentin Silbernagl, and Karl Schieder co-founded the group in 1983, deriving their name from the South Tyrol town they called house. Following the improvements of Oswald Sattler, Ferdinand Rier, and Norbert Rier, …

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