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NASA

The synth-pop group NASA was for the verge of reaching an American audience once the rug was abruptly pulled from under them. Comprising Patrik Henzel (vocals, sounds) and Martin Thors (vocals, sounds), NASA debuted in 1983, documenting a song to get a Swedish film. In 1985, NASA released their first …

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Phil Thornalley

Phil Thornalley has spent a lot of his profession behind the moments, writing tracks and producing albums for various other performers. His biggest industrial triumph, co-writing and creating the one “Torn” for Natalie Imbruglia, wasn’t also sung by him. Nevertheless, Thornalley has experience within the limelight. In 1983, Thornalley became …

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When in Rome

The 1988 single “The Guarantee” is When in Rome’s biggest commercial success and sole claim to fame. The three-piece group released just one single self-titled record and faded into obscurity. When in Rome’s Clive Farrington, Andrew Mann, and Michael Floreale apparently started out within an previously Manchester band, Enjoyment, who …

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Johnny Hates Jazz

The Uk trio Johnny Hates Jazz had Spandau Ballet’s striking attire, clean-cut appears, and knack for smooth, glossy pop songs which were more soulful compared to the critics gave them credit for. Sadly, like Spandau Ballet Johnny Hates Jazz had been stigmatized within the U.S. by an omnipresent strike that …

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Living in a Box

The Uk pop-funk group Surviving in a Container boomed onto MTV in 1987 using a song named after themselves. Featuring Richard Darbyshire (vocals/electric guitar), Marcus Vere (synthesizers), and Anthony Critchlow (drums), the music group had only 1 Top 40 one within the U.S., “Surviving in a Container”; within the U.K., …

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Wet Wet Wet

Perhaps one of the most enormously successful Uk bands from the 1980s and ’90s, Damp Damp Damp will mostly end up being remembered for the international achievement from the one “Like Is THROUGHOUT” in the soundtrack towards the film Four Wedding ceremonies along with a Funeral. Damp Damp Damp shaped …

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Cock Robin

The 1980s new wave motion introduced a lot of stylish, artful bands through the U.K. and European countries to American viewers, but the opposing was also accurate, and Dick Robin had been one act through the U.S. that discovered a larger and much more devoted viewers outside their homeland. While …

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Laid Back

The forming of RELAXED, the Denmark-based duo behind the underground dance classic “White Equine,” was a happy accident. Tim Stahl and John Guldberg fulfilled up in a Danish studio room in the past due ’70s using the intention to be became a member of by a alternative party who by …

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Per Oystein Sorensen

Vocalist Per Oystein Sorensen raised the bridge for Fra Lippo Lippi to combination from desolate goth rock and roll to a piano-laden amalgam of brand-new influx and light jazz. When Fra Lippo Lippi shaped in Norway in the past due ’70s, the group appeared enthusiastic about the droning rhythms and …

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Clark Datchler

The sharply outfitted Clark Datchler had a short flirtation with MTV fame mainly because the vocalist for the British band Johnny Hates Jazz, voted in to the one-hit wonder hall of fame using the bittersweet “Shattered Dreams” in 1987. Datchler was created in London, Britain, on March 27, 1964. Datchler’s …

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