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Le Mans

Like many bands assembled to order by Shrapnel Records owner Mike Varney in the 1980s, Le Mans were built around a set of talented young guitar shredders in Chicago native Derek Frigo and Bay Area son Josh Ramos. But Le Mans — which also included vocalist Peter Marrino, bassist Richard …

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Mass

Following the breakup of Rema Rema, Gary Asquith, Mick Allen, and Mark Cox formed the art-damaged discordance of Mass with Danny Briottet. Among the first 4AD rings, they debuted using the You and I one in 1980, chasing it up a season later using the full-length Labour of Like. Asquith …

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Vidéo Aventures

Not really much a music group being a side task supergroup made up of a number of the leading statistics from the later-’70s/early-’80s France avant-garde, Video Aventures was a loosely defined collective beneath the command of musician, musician, and writer Dominique Grimaud, whose first music group, Camisole, have been a …

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Black Lace

Performers Anthony Fragnito and Maryann Scandiffio will be the duo that define Black Ribbons. The rock group produced in Canada in the ’80s in support of completed one record, OBTAIN IT While It’s Scorching. The monitor “Operate for YOUR DAILY LIFE” drew just a little interest toward Black Ribbons, but …

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Moss Icon

A lot more obscure than these were groundbreaking, Moss Icon was an early on emo band whose music remains chiefly the province of hardcore collectors and underground historians. Whether that music straight influenced or just presaged contemporary emo, Moss Icon’s moving dynamics, chiming electric guitar arpeggios, and screaming, crying vocal …

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Robert Fripp & the League of Gentlemen

This early- to mid-’60s British Invasion/soul band had the distinction to be the first group to which Robert Fripp belonged. Potential Ruler Crimson alumnus Gordon Haskell was also an associate of this mainly neglected ensemble, which supported various American spirit performers who toured Britain in 1964 and lower a unitary, …

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Signal

This group was formed in 1988 by ex-King Kobra frontman Tag Free, as well as onetime Alice Cooper rhythm section, Eric Scott (bass/keyboards) and Jan Uvena (drums), with Danny Jacobs (guitar) completing the line-up. Their just record, the Kevin Elson-produced Loud And Crystal clear, was released in america in 1989 …

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The Young Ones

After gathering popularity functioning London venues just like the Comedy Shop as well as the Comic Remove (so named since it doubled being a strip club), the comedians who become famous as the CHILDREN received the green light to film their own Television series. They’d originally prepared to do a …

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Sheila Dhar

Sheila Dhar is a singer from the Kirana gharana. She’s trained English vocabulary and books at Delhi School. Her writings on Indian music and lifestyle have dealt with the requirements of kids and adults as well.

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Deyss

The progressive sounds of Uk rock bands, including Yes, Ruler Crimson and Emerson, Lake and Palmer, inspired the music of Swiss trio, Deyss. Representing the distributed eyesight of guitarist Giovanni DeVita and vocalist Patrick Fragniere, Deyss started executing in the night clubs of French Switzerland in the later-1970s. After honing …

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