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John Frusciante

Guitarist John Frusciante offers experienced both colossal highs and death-defying lows both in his musical profession and personal existence. Created in 1970 and elevated in California, Frusciante fell out of senior high school when electric guitar playing and rock and roll music took your hands on the up-and-coming musician/songwriter. Embracing …

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Rusty Draper

Vocalist Rusty Draper was one of the primary crossover celebrities of the first ’50s, selling more than a mil information to pop and nation audiences prior to the rise of rock and roll & move derailed his profession. Given birth to Farrell Draper in Kirksville, MO, on January 25, 1920, …

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Vivian Stanshall

Dubbed “the court docket jester from the underground rock and roll scene in the 1960s” by influential DJ John Peel off, Vivian Stanshall gained notice because the original tenor within the absurdist Bonzo Pet Strap, although he was also a reknowned artist and comedian. Stanshall was created on March 21, …

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Honus Honus

Honus Honus is vocalist/songwriter/keyboardist Ryan Kattner. Though also known for his single output, he 1st produced his name as innovator from the Billboard-charting experimental rock-band Man Guy. Kattner created the group in Philadelphia in 2003 with guitarist/trumpeter Steven Dufala, bassist Clint Killingsworth, and drummer Tiberius Lyn. They produced their full-length …

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MF Doom

Patterning his persona and logo following the Marvel Comics super villain Dr. Doom, the person behind MF (Metallic Encounter) Doom’s iron face mask is in fact Daniel Dumile, aka Zevlove X, an associate of former NY hip-hoppers K.M.D. Initial featured on another Bass solitary “The Gas Encounter,” the London-born, Lengthy …

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John Cooper Clarke

Punk poet John Cooper Clarke was created January 25, 1949 in Manchester, Britain; he first started carrying out his verse supported by a regional folk group known as the Ferrets, however in 1977 authorized to the Rabid Information label release a the Martin Hannett-produced solitary “Psycle Sluts.” Along with his …

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Jan St. Werner

Best known as you fifty percent of the innovative German electronic duo Mouse about Mars, Jan St. Werner (created Jan Stephan Werner in Nuremberg, Germany in 1969) also pursued a single profession as Lithops and under his personal name. His single work in fact predates Mouse on Mars, using the …

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Wesley Willis

Wesley Willis was a schizophrenic road singer who developed a little cult following along with his bizarre, three-chord rants about trivial everyday products, music, and folks he knew. Willis was found out singing within the roads of Chicago in the first ’90s. For the very first area of the 10 …

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Vijay Iyer

Delivered in 1971 to parents who have emigrated from India towards the U.S. within the ’60s, Bay Area-based composer and pianist Vijay Iyer provides led several specific combos, including Nature Organic, the Poisonous Prophets, as well as the Vijay Iyer Trio. All three groupings appeared in the musician’s 1995 debut …

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Joe Meek

Not an designer in the original sense of the word (he couldn’t play or sing whatsoever) maker Joe Meek has non-etheless been belatedly named an important, actually inimitable, physique of early British rock and roll & move. Like Phil Spector, Meek created idiosyncratic production methods that, a lot more than …

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