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Tuscadero

Tuscadero was among a legion of cutesy punk-pop rings to emerge within the mid-’90s. Acquiring their motivation from ’70s rubbish tradition and sugar-coated childhoods, the Washington DC-based quartet crafted punk-pop paens to tv (they required their name from Suzi Quatro’s Content Days character Natural leather Tuscadero), teenage crushes and issues …

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Dual Control

The Dual Control moniker is descriptive from the recording set-up behind this stylish and classy collaboration between ‘street soul’ DJ Phil Designs and Grand Central Information’ in-house engineer Mike Ball. The previous can be significant for his DJ models for the pirate r / c of Manchester, Britain as well …

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Destruction

As well as their countrymen Kreator and Sodom, Germany’s Devastation constituted the dominating triumvirate of Teutonic thrash steel through the 1980s. And although they ultimately didn’t match these peers with regards to commercial achievement and longevity, a minimum of two of their albums still meet the criteria one of the …

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Demonoid

A supergroup side task by description, Swedish loss of life/thrashers Demonoid feature vocalist Christofer Johnsson and brothers Kristian (acoustic guitar) and Johan Niemann (bass) of avant-garde metallic veterans Therion, teamed up with former Soilwork drummer Rickard Evensand. Collectively, the foursome wanted to revisit a few of their old-school metallic affects, …

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Fury of Five

Wanting to have the ability to contend with the neighboring hardcore scene of NEW YORK, New Jersey’s Fury of Five got their begin in 1994 and also have since then added to the region from the East Coast. Merging old-school ethics with some metal and a lot of breakdowns, Fury …

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Einherjer

Having a solid fascination with the mythological areas of Norse history, Frode Glesnes (guitar) and Gerhard Storesund (drums) shaped Einherjer in early 1993 from their house country of Norway. The self-proclaimed forerunners of “Viking Metallic” first strike the studio down the road that yr with vocalist Rune Bjelland and bassist …

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Janice Robinson

Given birth to and raised in Garfield, NJ, Janice Robinson took to music young. Shyness and loneliness due to being among the just African-American kids inside a community of Polish and Italian family members, in conjunction with the rebellion that nearly naturally involves daughters of Baptist preachers, held her from …

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Fireball Ministry

The people of hard rock trio Fireball Ministry — Emily J. Burton, Adam A. Rota, and Helen Storer — christened themselves with spiritual game titles (bishop, reverend, and sister, respectively) commensurate with their music group name, and released their debut record, Ou Est La Rock and roll?, in 1999 on …

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James Reyne

Following a demise from the seminal Australian Crawl, lead singer James Reyne continuing to graph the musical path he initiated within the last levels of his former band’s job. It had been through departing his homeland how the Melbourne native discovered the inspirations for his debut disk. After 2 yrs …

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Easyworld

Composed of David Ford (b. 16 Might 1978, Dartford, Kent, Britain; vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboards), Jo Taylor (b. 29 Oct 1977, Eastbourne, East Sussex, Britain; bass), and Glenn Hooper (b. 18 Apr 1979, Eastbourne, East Sussex, Britain; drums), the people of Easyworld arrived together when Ford and Hooper had been …

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