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Richard Hawley

Having a melodic baritone anguish that falls somewhere in a nearby of Scott Walker, Pulp touring guitarist and former Longpigs member Richard Hawley began his solo career using a self-titled debut in 2001. The boy of a metal worker, Hawley grew up in Sheffield, Britain, and was raised listening to …

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Nancy Boy

The L.A. music group Nancy Boy offers their origins — stylistically and genetically — in rock and roll & roll’s previous. The group was created by vocalist Donovan Leitch and guitarist Jason Nesmith in the first ’90s. When the titles sound familiar, they ought to: Leitch may be the child …

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Longpigs

A Britpop music group with energy and grit aside from the apparent melodic flair and arrogant airs, Longpigs formed within their hometown of Sheffield in 1994, around vocalist Crispin Hunt, guitarist Richard Hawley, bassist Simon Stafford and drummer Dee Boyle. Although these were agreed upon to a significant label just …

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Marion

Among the might-have-beens from the mid-’90s Britpop explosion, Marion designed for a slightly inconsistent but often quite striking music group. Based from Manchester, the five-piece required declared motivation from previously musical giants of the town such as Pleasure Division as well as the Smiths (regarding the latter, towards the degree …

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Unbelievable Truth

Named following a film by American director Hal Hartley, the Brit-pop trio Unbelievable Truth had been created in Oxford, Britain, in 1994 by singer/guitarist Andy Yorke (younger brother of Radiohead’s acclaimed frontman, Thom Yorke), bassist Jason Moulster, guitarist Jim Crosskey, and drummer Nigel Powell. Debuting in 1997 using the solitary …

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Geneva

Acquiring cues from Suede and Smiths, along with the Byrds as well as the Lovin’ Spoonful, Geneva carved away a unique, idiosyncratic niche within the post-Brit-pop territory lately ’90s United kingdom indie-rock. Geneva produced in 1992 in Aberdeen, Scotland when Andrew Montgomery (vocals) and Steven Dora (electric guitar) fulfilled and …

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Multiplug

Similar to a solo task for lead vocalist and songwriter Vincent Rocco, Multiplug was a “music group” built throughout the talented Rocco’s British-flavored ’90s alt rock and roll. In their short profession, the group released only 1 disk, 1999’s Oswald Street. This debut was a relatively promising assortment of ten …

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Strangelove

UK indie music group Strangelove played their initial set at Shower Moles Club in 9 Oct 1991, their line-up having evolved from a youthful incarnation as Phrases And Pictures. Composed of Patrick Duff (vocals), Alex Lee (b. 16 March 1970, Bristol, Britain; electric guitar/keyboards), Julian Pransky-Poole (electric guitar), Joe Allen …

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