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Swizz Beatz

Swizz Beatz was created Kasseem Dean within the Bronx borough of NEW YORK. He relocated to Atlanta as an adolescent, where he began to DJ celebrations. When his family members became associated with the Ruff Ryders label, he started to make tracks in the sensitive age group of 16. Forgoing …

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Big Punisher

The very first solo Latino rapper to look platinum, Big Punisher was also just one more person in the hip-hop community to fall victim to an early on loss of life — though in his case, it had been due to health issues, not violence. As opposed to his huge …

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Soulfly

Upon his exit from Sepultura in past due 1996, singer/guitarist/songwriter Max Cavalera almost automatically attempt to form his next music endeavor, the ultra-heavy Soulfly. Besides departing probably one of the most well-known heavy metal rings on the planet, which he’d co-founded in the first ’80s, he also acquired to cope …

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Big Daddy Kane

Rising during hip-hop’s massive creative expansion from the past due ’80s, Big Daddy Kane was the best lover guy of rap’s initial decade, yet there is more to him compared to the stylish closet, silver jewelry, and sophisticated charisma. Kane possessed a prodigious rhyming technique honed from many B-boy fights; …

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Atticus Ross

English composer/producer/programmer Atticus Ross spent some time working steadily because the middle-’90s, collaborating with Tim Simenon’s Bomb the Bass and Barry Adamson like a programmer, and performing along with his personal music group with wife Claudia Sarne, 12 Rounds. The duo’s 1st recording, 1996’s Jitterjuice, premiered by Polydor within the …

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Blind Idiot God

Because the early ’80s, instrumental rock and roll trio Blind Idiot God (whose name is really a mention of science fiction author H.P. Lovecraft) possess combined components of metallic, dub reggae, funk, free of charge jazz, and 20th hundred years traditional into an explosive make of specialized, aggressive music almost …

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The Bleeders

A punk rock and roll combo hailing from New Zealand, the Bleeders (vocalist Angelo Munro, guitarist Ian Ruler, guitarist Hadleigh Donald, bassist Gareth Stack, and drummer Ruler George Clark) debuted on-stage in early 2003. In the summertime of that yr, they embarked on classes to record their 1st EP, entitled …

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Atreyu

Appearing out of Southern California through the rap-metal explosion round the change of the century, Atreyu crafted an audio much nearer to Agnostic Front side or Hatebreed. The metalcore quintet was created by Brandon Saller (drums/vocals), Dan Jacobs (acoustic guitar), Chris Thomson (bass), Travis Miguel (acoustic guitar), and Alex Varkatzas …

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The Make-Up

Indie-punk subversives the Make-Up surfaced from your ashes from the seminal Washington, D.C. clothing Country of Ulysses, reuniting vocalist Ian Svenonious, guitarist Wayne Canty, and drummer Steve Gamboa (who collectively also previously teamed within the short-lived Cupid Car Golf club, M.P. along with the T.A.M.We. Display). Completing the lineup with …

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Burn the Priest

This short-lived, Richmond, VA-based death metal group featured vocalist Randy Blythe, guitarists Tag Morton and Abe Spear, bassist John Campbell, and drummer Chris Adler, and released an individual eponymous album in 1998 before morphing in to the more accomplished Lamb of God.

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