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V. Majestic

Due to the Providence underground music picture, V. Majestic released their self-titled debut recording in 1997 to sporadic crucial acclaim. The lo-fi, neo-psychedelic noise-rock group, comprising Frank Hard (keyboards/consumer electronics), Gerard Heroux (horns, vocals), Robert Jazz (guitars), Russell Kellogg (bass, vocals), and Stuart Capabilities (drums), generates music produced from so …

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Boys Next Door

As the cult of Cave grows, increasingly more non-Australian music fans may uncover the Children NEARBY and their lone album, 1979’s Door, Door. Vocalist Nick Cave, guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Mick Harvey, bassist Tracy Pew, and drummer Phil Calvert had been disaffected, dissatisfied teens growing up within a middle-class portion of Melbourne, hearing …

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The Billion Dollar Babies

In 1977, three of Alice Cooper’s former band users recorded just a little known album with no influential shock rocker and called themselves the Billion Buck Babies. That 12 months, Mike Bruce (acoustic guitar, vocals), Dennis Dunaway (bass) and Neal Smith (drums) teamed up with keyboardist Bob Dolin and guitarist/ …

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Holy Ghost Revival

West Coastline glam rock clothing Holy Ghost Revival were the brainchild of enigmatic frontman Conor Kiley, an unholy mix between Iggy Pop, Axl Rose, and Jim Morrison that has kept a rotating solid of musicians because the group’s inception. Hailing from Bainbridge Isle, WA, the self-described “rock folk rock and …

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Josh Brown

Rock vocalist Josh Dark brown is normally best-known for his stint with Complete Devil Jacket; actually, there could have been no such music group without him, a advancement that would decrease many headbangers to serious depression aswell as keep gaping openings in the soundtracks to movies such as for example …

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Death

The East Detroit-based proto-punk outfit Loss of life formed in 1973 round the talents of siblings David, Bobby, and Dannis Hackney. The brothers, who experienced spent earlier summers banging out spirit and funk jams, started to gravitate toward the deafening assault of rings like Dark Sabbath, MC5, Alice Cooper, as …

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Night Horse

Bluesy California hard rock and roll outfit Night Equine grew out of the shared love of ’70s acts like Alice Cooper, John Lee Hooker, Aerosmith, the Allman Brothers, Vehicle Halen, and ZZ Best. Created in 2008 round the skills of vocalist Sam Wayne Velde (Bluebird), guitarist Greg Buensuceso, drummer Brandon …

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Boston Spaceships

After disbanding Guided by Voices past due in 2004, the ever prolific and busy Robert Pollard done solo projects, setup his own Guided by Voices label, and nursed several GBV assorted items through the pipeline prior to starting a fresh band, Boston Spaceships, with Chris Slusarenko (the Takeovers, Sprinkler) and …

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Darby Crash

Although he only appeared on a small number of singles, one full-length album, and one film documentary during his short life, Germs frontman Darby Crash certainly remaining his mark around the punk rock and roll world. Few rock and roll “performers” (the word can be used loosely in Crash’s case) …

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Heir Apparent

Seattle, WA’s Heir Apparent was founded in 1983 simply by guitarist Terry Gorle and issued a set of slightly progressive power steel albums in 1986’s Graceful Inheritance (featuring singer Paul Davidson, bassist Derek Tranquility, and drummer Ray Schwartz) and 1989’s noticeably Queensrÿche-inspired A single Small Tone of voice (introducing brand-new …

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