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Tag Archives: 20/20

Honeyrider

Honeyrider — the name an appropriation of Ursula Andress’ bikini-clad beachcombing personality through the 1962 James Connection film Dr Zero — is actually the energy pop alias of multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and songwriter Gary Strickland. In 1996, Strickland documented a one-off one beneath the name to get a Candy Floss one, …

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David Quinton

Canadian multi-instrumentalist David Quinton began his general public musical career like a drummer within the Who and Jam tribute music group the Mods in Toronto in 1977, after that left to be Stiv Bators’ drummer for any 1979 tour, before time for Toronto having a single deal at hand from …

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Climie Fisher

The duo Climie Fisher was section of a neglected United kingdom Invasion in the past due ’80s. Bands through the U.K. like Johnny Hates Jazz, Waterfront, and Curiousity Killed the Kitty attempted to lure American viewers with a refined amalgam of blue-eyed spirit and light funk. Featuring vocalist Simon Climie …

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LMNOP

LMNOP is Stephen Fievet, an Atlanta local whose deceptively special vocal design and fondness for near-bubblegum melodies partially hides approximately probably the most twisted, perverse love of life in rock and roll & roll background. Together with his musical actions, Fievet publishes the intentionally unpleasant comic Babysue, styles handbill-sized posters …

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The B-Girls

The Canadian rock group referred to as the B Girls formed in 1977. The mostly-girl music group completed several albums, lent history vocals for some full-length functions by various other artists, and do just a little touring before contacting it quits close to the end of 1981. Associates of the …

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Paul Collins

A significant early figure over the LA power pop picture, Paul Collins was an integral person in two rings that anticipated the “skinny link music group” explosion from the later ’70s and early ’80s, the Nerves as well as the Defeat. Born in NEW YORK, Collins’ dad was a civilian …

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Steve Allen

Steve Allen continues to be probably one of the most dynamic and influential players around the Tulsa, Okay music scene because the past due ’70s, and way back when got utilized to people mistaking him for the television character who takes on the piano, makes deadpan feedback, and wears eyeglasses. …

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Sorrows

A hardcore but tuneful fresh wave pop music group from NEW YORK, Sorrows (no “the,” make sure you) were formed by guitarist and singer Arthur Alexander in 1977 a couple of months after the break up of his influential power pop combo the Poppees. With tongue somewhat in cheek, Alexander …

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Flying Elephants

The Traveling Elephants were a Japan band who took the majority of their inspiration and sound through the Beatles. Their people included Yoneou, Koji, Takefumi, and Tokuo. The quartet released three Japanese-only albums: Confident Eleven (1991), Second Trip (1992), and Brick Street (1994).

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20/20

Among the essential rings in the LA power pop explosion from the later 1970s and early ‘80s, 20/20 never quite scored popular single, however they were a robust draw for the Western Coast within their heyday, and their personal song, “Yellow Supplements,” became a cult favourite, covered by several later …

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