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F.Y.P

A great, humorous, and essential punk rock-band from Torrance, CA (a suburb of L.A.), F.Con.P (aka Five 12 months Strategy) was the brainchild of Todd Congelliere, who wrote a lot of the tunes and was the only real constant member through the entire band’s constantly rotating solid. F.Con.P released several …

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The Living End

Australian punkabilly music group the Living End began jamming together and performing covers beneath the name Runaway Young boys (following the Stray Felines tune). Vocalist Chris Cheney got an obsession using the Stray Felines, to the main point where, once he discovered Scott Owen to create an organization with, he …

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Harvey Danger

Although formed in Seattle during grunge’s heyday, Harvey Risk took inspiration from an array of influences, from hometown heroes like Nirvana and Mudhoney to such melodic cult bands as the Pixies, the Buzzcocks, and Trip. The group started taking form in 1994, when College or university of Washington college students …

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Bound Stems

Chicago’s Bound Stems feature Bobby Gallivan (electric guitar/vocals), Dan Radzicki (bass), Dan Fleury (electric guitar), and Evan Sult (drums). Gallivan, Radzicki, and Fleury performed on a single high-school basketball group and have been playing music for quite some time by enough time they fulfilled Harvey Danger’s Sult in 2001. A …

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Billy Talent

Canadian punk revival quartet Billy Talent shaped in 1999 as the members from the Streetsville, Ontario music group were even now in senior high school. Originally referred to as Pezz, the quartet — vocalist Ben Kowalewicz, guitarist Ian D’Sa, bassist Jon Gallant, and drummer Aaron Solowoniuk — got adopted a …

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