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Ulla Meinecke

Delivered in 1953 in Usingen/Taunus, Germany, self-described “rock and roll poet” Ulla Meinecke provides spent a lot of her profession shaping, deconstructing, and ultimately delivering the complexities of like from a distinctly feminine perspective. Her albums consist of Von Toten Tigern und Nassen Katzen, Meinecke Fuchs, Uberdosis Grosstadt, Nachtelang, Löwen, …

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Genghis Tron

First shaped in Poughkeepsie, NY just before moving to Philadelphia, Pa, Genghis Tron was a noise, digital, IDM, grind, doom, ambient trio that met up in 2004. Their many styles, that have been produced on-stage and on-record minus the help of bass or drummer, was hard to miss within the …

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Underøath

Since their inception, Florida’s Underøath have evolved from a run-of-the-mill Christian metalcore band right into a fluid, dynamic, and energized rock and roll group that adeptly blends emotive melody, charged punk rock and roll rhythms, along with a chunky, participating bottom end. Underøath shaped in 1998 in vocalist Dallas Taylor’s …

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George Harrison

Nicknamed “the Calm Beatle” on the height of Beatlemania, George Harrison do indeed appear somewhat reserved set alongside the various other members from the Fab Four. He preferred wry wit to Ringo Starr’s clowning, and he hardly ever indulged in either John Lennon’s penchant for controversy or Paul McCartney’s crowd-pleasing …

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Type O Negative

NY goth steel quartet Type O Bad were led by vocalist/bassist/songwriter Peter Steele and included guitarist Ken Hickey, keyboardist Josh Sterling silver, and drummer Johnny Kelly. Steele produced Type O Harmful in 1990 from the remnants of thrash music group Carnivore, together with his friend Sal Abruscato (drums). Type O’s …

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James Taylor

When people utilize the term “singer/songwriter” (frequently modified by the term “private”) in compliment or in criticism, they’re thinking about Adam Taylor. In the first ’70s, when he made an appearance along with his introspective music, classical guitar, and relaxed, understated singing design, he mirrored a generation’s psychological exhaustion after …

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Estela Nuñez

Estela Nuñez can be an award-winning veteran vocalist in Mexican regional music whose fruitful, even legendary, profession dates back towards the 1960s. Nuñez, who sang throughout the house and in chapel from child years on, experienced no intention to become a recording designer; actually, she positively resisted it. Her dad, …

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Johnny Logan

Perhaps one of the most successful people in the complete background of the Eurovision Tune Competition, Johnny Logan initial appeared at the function in 1980, when he was triumphant with “What’s Another Season.” He came back towards the competition once again in 1987, and demonstrated victorious once more, this time …

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Gene Pitney

Probably one of the most interesting and difficult-to-categorize performers in ’60s pop, Gene Pitney had an extended run of strikes distinguished by his pained, one-of-a-kind melodramatic wail. Pitney may also be characterized (or dismissed) like a shallow teenager idol-type susceptible to operatic ballads. It’s accurate that a few of his …

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Dredg

Hailing from Los Gatos, CA, Dredg started sharpening their aggro-metal appear in the first ’90s. Made up of Gavin Hayes (vocals/electric guitar), Tag Engles (electric guitar), Drew Roulette (bass), and Dino Campanella (drums), the group was executing in area night clubs before they’d also graduated from senior high school. Dredg …

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