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Sheep on Drugs

Mocking pop culture and sneering at authority, the U.K. duo Sheep on Medicines began using the credo “sex is definitely death, medicines are for sheep, choose the item.” Created in 1990 by vocalist Duncan X (aka Ruler Duncan) and multi-instrumentalist Lifeless Lee (aka Lee 303), Sheep on Medicines combined sleazy …

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From First to Last

Based in LA (by method of Florida), From First to Last shaped in 2002 with guitarists Travis Richter and Matt Good. Having a revolving lineup in early stages, the post-hardcore/screamo clothing released the EP Cosmetic on New York-based Four Leaf Recordings in June 2003 before putting your signature on with …

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Mishka Shubaly

An author and musician that has utilized the hard-won lessons of his very own own troubled lifestyle as inspiration for his function, Mishka Shubaly was created and raised in Ontario, where he skilled a turbulent years as a child — he discovered his parents were splitting up the same time …

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The North Atlantic

The North Atlantic suffered exactly the same fate as literally a huge selection of indie bands each year: shaped while its members were even now in senior high school, the trio released an individual CD alone, then split once the members went to college. Unlike the vast majority of those …

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Ol’ Paint

Merging country-rock, force pop, psychedelia, and progressive rock and roll, Ol’ Paint had been an obscure strap from Central NY State who later on received a cult pursuing for their only album. Created in Syracuse, NY in the past due ’60s, Ol’ Color presented Tony Caputo on business lead vocals, …

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Ham1

Ham1, located in Athens, GA, was founded by vocalist/songwriter and guitarist Jim Willingham, a reading instructor. Willingham, a previous person in the rings Harey Carey and Crown Vic, was a self-described “wounded veteran from the Athens hard rock and roll scene from the middle-’90s.” He relocated to Florida for any …

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Vaeda

Ian Cole (vocals/acoustic guitar), Aristotle Dreher (bass), and Oliver Williams (drums) comprise the angst-ridden noises of Vaeda. The alt-metal trio from NY conveys the nervy brashness from the Foo Fighters while coordinating the intensity of the peers. In Sept 2005, Vaeda was the main unsigned rock-band presented on MySpace. Their …

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Norm MacDonald

A muttering, slovenly, and acerbic standup comedian, professional, and article writer known for his high-profile firing from Sunday Evening Live, Norm MacDonald is really a love-him-or-hate-him character. Delivered in Quebec Town, Quebec, MacDonald began performing in humor night clubs across Canada before he made a decision to pack his luggage …

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Vladimir Vysotsky

Until his death, Vladimir Vysotsky was a prophet without honor in his own country; although he published greater than a thousand very popular tunes, he died lacking any official record launch to his name. The reason behind this analyzed neglect lay within the politics tenor of his materials. Vysotsky, who …

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Damageplan

Dimebag Darrell and Vinnie Paul started forming up Damageplan in early 2003, immediately after the demise of the previous music group, thrash steel heroes Pantera. The brothers started working on monitors at Dime’s Dallas house studio, uncertain of just what they’d perform with the materials, but driven to banish the …

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