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Spliff

German new influx music group Spliff were shaped in 1979 with the disgruntled male people from the Nina Hagen Music group. Citing “bossiness” because the culprit, the group released four albums between 1979 and 1984 (Spliff Radio Present, 85555, Herzlichen Glückwunsch, and Schwarz auf Weis, credit scoring a massive local …

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Streetheart

In 1975, vocalist Ken Shields, keyboard participant Daryl Gutheil and bassist Kim Sinnaeve formed the band Wascana. After becoming renamed See, the group became Streetheart when guitarist Paul Dean and drummer Matt Frenette became a member of in 1977. The music group released Meanwhile Back Paris the next calendar year …

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Doe Maar

Doe Maar was perhaps one of the most popular Dutch pop groupings ever. Making use of their combination of reggae, pop, ska, and Dutch vocals, they made a unique design of anxious, punky pop music minus the obligatory electric guitar solos. Doe Maar reached unparalleled heights of reputation at the …

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Jason Reeves

Whenever a teenage Jason Reeves encountered the works of Bob Dylan and James Taylor, it tripped a string of events. First he started focusing on his personal songwriting, merging the classic vocalist/songwriter style with an increase of modern affects like Radiohead and Sufjan Stevens. Then dropped from college and relocated …

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Willie and the Poor Boys

With Mick Jagger and Keith Richards bickering backwards and forwards within the press through the mid-’80s (leading many to assume that the Rocks were kaput), bassist Bill Wyman made a decision to fill his newly acquired free time by forming an all-star band, Willie and the indegent Boys. The group’s …

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Hellhammer

If Celtic Frost’s initial three albums served because the music Lord from the Bands for a huge selection of Euro kids who later on finished up in dark metal rings of their very own, after that Frost’s primary man Tom Warrior’s initial music group — the ultra-primitive Hellhammer — surely …

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Heatwave

Totally cosmopolitan with international grooves to spare, Heatwave emerged among the disco era’s funkiest dance organizations. American serviceman brothers Johnnie Wilder and his sibling Keith Wilder had been located in Germany if they 1st began carrying out, and upon their discharge from your Military, the duo remained in that nation. …

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Glass Eye

Probably one of the most creative rings in alternative rock and roll, Glass Vision both defines and defies the genre. With coleaders who’ve radically different sensibilities, this Austin music group is sometimes extremely edgy, occasionally quite melodic, and generally sounds like nobody else.

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Half Man Half Biscuit

The acerbic post-punk outfit About half Man About half Biscuit was formed in Birkenhead, Britain in 1984 by singer/guitarist Nigel Blackwell, his guitarist brother Si, bassist Neil Crossley, and drummer Paul Wright. While still languishing in comparative obscurity, they joined the studio room in 1985 to record their debut LP, …

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Stock, Aitken & Waterman

Within the mid- to later ’80s and early ’90s, the London-based team of Mike Stock, Matt Aitken, and Pete Waterman was to Euro dance-pop what L.A. & Babyface and Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis had been to urban modern: a slick, well-oiled making/songwriting group that acquired a popularity for cranking …

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