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The Drapes

The Drapes were located in Chicago, where in fact the blood from the stockyards dried on the amps. It started with Kevin McDonough, who kept down the vocal and acoustic guitar spots even while his assisting players rotated. The Auxiliary LP made an appearance in 1997, as well as the …

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Torture

Torture, from Un Paso, TX, was formed in 1986 by senior high school buddies Tom Hicks (electric guitar, vocals), Jerry Norland (drums, vocals), Deric Gunter (bass), and J.D. Robins (acoustic guitar) — most of whom distributed a enthusiasm for the Western thrash of Kreator and early Celtic Frost, aswell as …

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Monrad & Rislund

The Denmark comedy duo of Monrad & Rislund hit their country’s charts in past due 1996 using the album Knepper De?, documented for the EMI-Medley label.

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Gimma

Gimma is a Swiss rapper of regional dialect who have broke to mainstream achievement in 2006 with the very best Ten solitary “Hymna” from his fourth recording, We Gega d’Schwiiz. Furthermore to his single output, he’s an associate of the group OBK and associated with the Bauers collective, which also …

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Even Worse

A WHOLE LOT WORSE were a fresh York Town punk music group whose ever-changing lineups were consistently anchored simply by founder and drummer Jack port Rabid. Denizens from the city’s pre-hardcore picture, Even Worse originally formed in Apr 1980 to be able to open up for fellow N.Con.C. punks the …

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Mezzrow

Though it would later on evolve right into a hotbed of world-class death metallic, the united states of Sweden enjoyed a significant record of futility when it found producing quality thrash bands through the genre’s 1980s heyday, Mezzrow being truly a perfect just to illustrate. Already shaped sometime following the …

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Rachel Goodrich

Miami Beach-based singer/songwriter Rachel Goodrich’s eclectic mixture of vaudeville-inspired indie pop, swing-jazz and country-folk (the designer frequently describes her audio as “shake-a-billy”) is manufactured even more singular from the multitude of instruments in her control. A musician since her solitary digits, Goodrich’s 1st compositional device was your guitar, but as …

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Manika

A soulful vocalist using a bent toward high-energy membership music and R&B-influenced pop jams, Manika found early prominence as the final protégé of legendary music professional Frank DiLeo. Delivered Manika Ward in 1993 in NEVADA, Nevada, Manika started performing and playing piano at a age group and by her teenagers …

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The Breakup Society

Delivering tough but hook-laden pop/rock and roll with lyrics that combine the witty as well as the cynical, the Pittsburgh-based group the Breakup Culture grab where leader Ed Masley’s former group, the Frampton Brothers still left off…actually. The Break up Society’s story started when vocalist, tempo guitarist, and songwriter Masley, …

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Johnny Loftus

Johnny Loftus 1st stumbled away of Chicagoland in 1974. Affected mainly from the city’s spate of traditional rock r / c, Loftus was also an early on supporter of UHF store WPWR, which in 1982 premiered a music video format weighty on new influx strikes and projection Television holdovers from …

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