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Mo’ Horizons

Mixing together funk, jazz, bossa nova, spirit, and boogaloo with downbeat and drum’n’bass tendencies, German acid jazz duo Mo’ Horizons emerged together in the late ’90s when DJs Ralf Droesemeyer and Tag “Foh” Wetzler, both from Hannover and reputed in their have rights, made a decision to improve and broaden …

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Modern Talking

German dance-pop duo Contemporary Talking were shaped in Berlin in early 1983 by Dieter Bohlen, a composer and manufacturer utilized by the Intersong label; teaming with vocalist Thomas Anders, they shortly began focus on their initial one, 1984’s “You’re My Center, You’re My Spirit.” Contemporary Talking’s debut LP, succinctly entitled …

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Saving Abel

Shaped in 2004 by vocalist Jared Weeks and guitarist Jason Null, Keeping Abel combine riff-heavy hard rock and roll with sexually billed lyrics and Southern rock and roll affects. The quintet got main in Corinth, MS, where Weeks and Null cut their tooth in different rings before merging their songwriting …

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Thompson Twins

The Thompson Twins — who have been neither a duo nor related, but merely named following the Tin Tin cartoon — were one of the most popular synth pop sets of the first MTV era, scoring a small number of hits before fading away into lite-funk obscurity. Even though many …

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Dallas Fort Worth Mass Choir

Using its 200-plus users representing some 100 churches of varied denominations from through the entire Dallas/Fort Worth area, the DFW Mass Choir was organized on March 20, 1990 from the Rev. Armond W. Dark brown, Pastor from the Fellowship Baptist Chapel of Oak Cliff, as well as the Rev. Milton …

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95 North

This act released a lot of house records through the entire ’90s on a variety of labels, furthermore to remixing tracks. Some 95 North 12″s through the ’90s include HANG ON (Ruler St. 1994), Beltway Bandit (Slip ‘N’ Slide 1995), Who’s Who (Henry St. 1996), Jazziz (Freetown 1996), the multi-part …

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Heinz

A British teenager idol whose fame overlapped with the first times of Beatlemania, Heinz (name Heinz Burt) initial achieved success because the bassist for the Tornados, the instrumental group best remembered for topping the graphs on both edges from the Atlantic with “Telstar,” before emerging being a saving artist in …

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Witchfynde

Shaped in Nottinghamshire, England, Witchfynde had been one among many early-’80s teams to become conveniently lumped in to the New Influx of British ROCK, but they had been nowhere close to as sonically extreme as their exaggeratedly satanic picture and references indicate. Actually, despite displaying an abundance of rock affects, …

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Dangerous Toys

When Dangerous Playthings released their self-titled debut album in Columbia information in 1989, their raw southern rock and roll and steel served as an instantaneous attack in glam metal’s reign in MTV and rock and roll radio. Their two strike singles, “Teas’n, Pleas’n” and “Worried,” obtained the music group a …

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Man Parrish

Although he produced only a small number of tracks of renown and disappeared into obscurity nearly as quickly as he previously emerged from this, Manny Parrish is non-etheless one of the most important and influential statistics in American digital dance music. Assisting to lay the building blocks of electro, hip-hop, …

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