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The Mr. T Experience

The Mr. T Encounter arrived of the same Berkeley/East Bay Gilman Road punk rock and roll scene that ultimately spawned Green Day time, but they in many cases are overlooked of the annals of this picture, or at least they hardly ever fit prominently in to the punk rock and …

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The Box Tops

During their short lifespan, the Package Tops gained a reputation among the preferred blue-eyed soul sets of the ’60s, even when their documented legacy wasn’t as large or consistent as, state, the Righteous Brothers or the Rascals. Today they’re appreciated not only because of their smashes “The Notice” and “Cry …

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The Boo Radleys

Shaped in Liverpool in 1988, the English guitar pop group the Boo Radleys created an ardent cult pursuing in the first ’90s before crossing more than in to the mainstream in the center of the decade. Originally, the Radleys had been among the smaller lights from the noisy, loud My …

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Tone-Loc

Tone-Loc (given birth to Anthony Smith) soared from obscurity into pop stardom in 1989 when his hoarse tone of voice and unmistakable delivery made the melody “Wild Matter” (utilizing a test from Truck Halen’s “Jamie’s Cryin'”) an enormous hit. The melody was co-written by Marvin Youthful, better referred to as …

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Mutiny UK

Dynamic since 1996, Mutiny UK certainly are a English home duo comprising Dylan Barnes and Rob Davy. Collectively, they’ve released a small number of albums and blend compilations furthermore to countless singles, and they’ve remixed performers which range from Shanks & Bigfoot to Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Their shiny, club-friendly songs are …

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The Murmaids

The Murmaids can safely be classed as one-hit wonders — but that certain hit, “Popsicles and Icicles,” not merely characterizes a whole innocent era of pop music and the first phase of ’60s girl-group music, but was an integral early career jump for a number of from the participants. The …

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Tom Lehrer

Tom Lehrer was among comedy’s great paradoxes — a respected Harvard mathematics teacher by time, he also ranked one of the foremost tune satirists from the postwar period, saving vicious, twisted parodies of popular music tendencies which proved highly influential in the “unwell comedy” revolution from the ’60s. Despite an …

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Tim Heidecker

Most widely known for his are a comedian, article writer, and professional, Tim Heidecker also produced music an essential section of his profession. We were young in Allentown, Pa, Heidecker used several rings, and after his Adult Swim displays with Eric Wareheim — Tom Would go to the Mayor and …

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Air

Having a sensual, atmospheric sound inspired by Burt Bacharach and Brian Wilson in addition to disco, synthesizer maestros Tomita, Jean-Michel Jarre, and Vangelis, new wave, and obscure Italian film soundtracks, Air might have been outliers within the past due-’90s electronica growth, however they became probably one of the most influential …

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James Taylor

Apparently the band whose music coined the word acid jazz (whenever a British journalist struggled to spell it out it), the James Taylor Quartet has explored spy soundtrack, soul-jazz, and funk because the group’s beginnings within the mid-’80s. Originally playing the Hammond B-3 body organ within the U.K. mod revival …

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