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Steve Kilbey

The lead singer and bassist for Australian psychedelic pop/rockers the Church, Steve Kilbey began a solo career using the 1986 Australian release of Unearthed. In the beginning, his single work was even more experimental and textured compared to the Church’s fairly simple pop. As he continuing to record sporadically like …

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The Animals

Perhaps one of the most important rings from England’s R&B picture through the early ’60s, the Pets were second and then the Rolling Rocks in impact among R&B-based rings within the initial wave from the Uk Invasion. The Pets had their roots within a Newcastle-based group known as the Kansas …

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Triple R

Richard Riley Reinhold, recognized to many as Triple R (or RRR), is a main contributing member to Germany’s dance music scene because the ’80s — being a DJ, producer, journalist, and label operator. Reinhold continues to be an ardent supporter of manufacturers from his homeland, but he in addition has …

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Shiner

Shaped in 1992 within the outskirts of Kansas Town, Missouri, Shiner originally included Allen Epley (guitar, vocals), Jeff Dark brown (drums), and Shawn Sherrill (bass). After Tim Dow changed Brown, the music group found itself posting the stage with Time of year to Risk, SUNSHINEY DAY PROPERTY, the Jesus Lizard, …

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Tech N9ne

While he debuted within the underground world of horrorcore and seemed destined to be always a future footnote, rapper Technology N9ne turned out to be an indie rap superstar. Along the way, he constructed his Unusual Music label right into a Psychopathic Records-styled empire with an associated loyal group of …

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Paul Oakenfold

Paul Oakenfold may be the DJ, remixer, and manufacturer who did a lot more than any one else to break home music in Britain through the past due ’80s. During 1987-1988, Oakenfold hosted some crucial membership nights that presented a large number of Brits to accommodate music. Just a couple …

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Amorphous Androgynous

Twelve months before Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans released Lifeforms, their discovery album as Upcoming Audio of London, the duo recorded Stories of Ephidrena as Amorphous Androgynous. Charting an interesting fusion of commercial techno using the free-form organic passages that could end up being the norm in ambient techno many …

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Sky Saxon

Following the breakup from the seminal psychedelic garage punk band the Seeds in 1969, frontman Sky Saxon (delivered Richard Marsh) embarked on an erratic solo career among stints being a mystical guru in Hawaii. A lot of his post-Seeds function fit the mildew of the inquisitive 1960s relic, a hippie …

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Skye

As the citizen vocalist of trip-hop group Morcheeba, Skye Edwards’ instantly recognizable, even delivery was imperative to the band’s achievement. But following its 4th record, the group made a decision to have a sabbatical, departing Edwards with the required time to go after a solo task. Retreating to LA, she …

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Tela

Hip-hopper Tela came busting from Memphis in 1996 having a agreement for the Suave Home label (Eightball & MJG). 1st album Little bit of Brain made an appearance in November of this year; Right now or Never adopted in past due 1998, and Globe Ain’t Enuff in fall 2000.

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