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Galapagos

Argentinean hard rock-band Galápagos debuted reside in 1994. They self-produced an archive known as Libera Tu Fuego, that was released in cassette format in 1997. After vocalist Daniel Carneglia became a member of in 1999, the music group started composing tracks for Después De La Tormenta, that was documented in …

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Rated X

An arena-ready American hard rock-band with an extraordinary pop/rock and roll pedigree, Rated X was shaped across the considerable abilities of iconic vocalist Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow, Deep Crimson), guitarist Karl Cochran (Ace Frehley), as well as the seasoned ex-Blue Murder tempo section (bass participant Tony Franklin (the Company, Whitesnake), …

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Heavy Hands

Strongly rooted in the sounds of past due-’70s proto metal, early-’70s prog, and ’60s psychedelic rock, actually to the idea of performing mainly because Steppenwolf at a Halloween show, Large Hands lists May, Hawkwind, Deep Purple, Blue Cheer, and 13th Floor Elevators amongst their many influences. Like a stoner rock …

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Fandango

Fandango was formed by bassist Nick Simper, most well-known for his stint in Deep Crimson in the past due ’60s. He previously also been in a variety of other rings, including Johnny Kidd’s right before Kidd’s loss of life; the Flowerpot Males; and early-’70s hard rock and roll clothing Warhorse. …

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Bodast

Among Steve Howe’s several obscure pre-Yes tasks, Bodast filled the space between his stint in Tomorrow and his recruitment for Yes. Aside from Howe, the lineup contains Clive Skinner (vocals, acoustic guitar), Dave Curtis (vocals, bass), and Bobby Clarke (aka Woodman) (drums). Curtis and Clarke experienced previously played collectively in …

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Leusemia

Peruvian Leusemia’s background began when brothers Gustavo and Daniel Valdivia, also called Kimba Vilis and Daniel F., began composing in the mid-’70s. After bassist Leopoldo LaRosa became a member of in, Leusemia produced their live debut in 1983 at Lima’s La Caverna. Regional label Un Virrey agreed upon them up …

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Rod Evans

British born, Pole Evans 1st graced the world in January of 1945. He 1st hit the big style with Deep Crimson as their vocalist, using their inception in 1968 until Ian Gillan changed him. He documented two studio room albums using the group, Tones of Deep Crimson and The Publication …

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London

Among the great could-have-beens of the first British punk picture, London released 3 singles and an record in their short two-year life expectancy. With a bit more time, they could have made a genuine mark over the picture, instead they simply gave the globe future Culture Membership drummer Jon Moss. …

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The Parlor Mob

Red Lender, New Jersey’s the Parlor Mob arose from the ashes of a youthful, short-lived band called HOW ABOUT Frank, circa 2004, and quickly drawn a small pursuing in local night clubs. Made up of vocalist Tag Melicia, guitarists Dave Rosen and Paul Ritchie, bassist Nick Villapiano, and drummer Sam …

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Captain Beyond

Captain Beyond was a rock and roll group shaped in LA in 1972 by ex-members of various other prominent groups. Vocalist Fishing rod Evans (b. January 19, 1947, Slough, Berkshire, Britain) have been with Deep Crimson; drummer Bobby Caldwell got caused Johnny Wintertime; and guitarist Larry Rheinhart (b. July 7, …

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