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Idyl Tea

Originally members from the band Path 66, Henry Engel (bass, vocals), Everett Laroi (guitar, vocals), Ian Martin (guitar) and Craig Metcalfe (drums, percussion) formed Idyl Tea in the first ’80s. After a 1986 EP known as How I Discover This Desk, the music group released their self-titled debut in 1990.

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Errol Scorcher

b. Errol Archer, 1956, St. Catherine, Jamaica, Western Indies, d. 1982. Scorcher started his career like a DJ in the first 70s carrying out for several audio systems, where he cultivated his exclusive design. Although his debut, ‘Leggo Mi Hands’, was a crowd-pleaser in the dancehall, it didn’t achieve chart …

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Obsession

Never everything that successful in the first place, Fresh Haven, CT rock group Obsession have steadily faded even more into hazy memory, being a backdrop towards the larger exposure attained by their singer, Mike Vescera, after he shifted to utilize several larger profile bands. Originally founded in 1982, Obsession obtained …

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Marine

Aligning themselves using the dance-influenced part of post-punk and helmed by singer and brass player Marc Demarais, Belgium’s Marine created in 1980 with other former users from the Mad Virgins: bassist Steph, drummer Robby, and guitarists Nico and Chris. Vocalist Sarah Osborne would ultimately keep her post in Repetition to …

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Danza Invisible

Known as among the main acts involved with a local motion known as Movida Madrileña, Spanish rock-band Danza Invisible documented its initial four-track EP following being successful a music contest at Jerez de la Frontera, producing the group’s debut album in 1983. It had been in 1987 that Danza Invisible …

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Jamie Scott

Jamie Scott (aka J.S. Baylin) was created in February of 1982 and was a ’70s-, spirit-, vocalist/songwriter-influenced vocalist in the music group Jamie Scott & the city. Originally wishing to rating a publishing offer like a songwriter, he therefore impressed Sony that they provided him a documenting offer in 2002. …

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DNA

Among the great rings from the short-lived NY City-based “zero influx” avant-garde punk picture from the past due ’70s, DNA had what barely quantities to a saving career, but still managed to make some crucial music. Originally made up of guitarist Arto Lindsay, keyboardist Robin Crutchfield, and drummer Ikue Mori, …

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Stimela

Using their 13th album, From the Ashes, released on Armistice Day, November 11, 1996, South Africa’s most commercially successful band, Stimela, celebrated their go back to their homeland after an extended amount of self-exile. The record continuing in the vein of its predecessors, which attained either gold, dual precious metal, …

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Stillwater

Cameron Crowe’s 2000 film, Almost Famous, still left some wondering if Stillwater was a genuine music group or not. The reply is yes, however the music group highlighted in the film was completely imaginary and predicated on many groupings that Crowe protected for Rolling Rock through the early ’70s (specifically …

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Adoniran Barbosa

Adoniran Barbosa may be the main author of the samba from the condition and town of São Paulo. His compositions portray the life span in that town, evidencing the ethnic mixture of the Italian immigration as well as the hillbilly upstate accents within a samba design which is incredibly singularized …

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