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Spirits of Rhythm

There are many different genres of string bands, appearing out of the varied however occasionally overlapping worlds of country, blues, and jazz. From the ensembles from the second option persuasion, one which is considered probably one of the most essential was the Spirits of Tempo. A string music group, in …

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Toy Dolls

Long-lived punk outfit Gadget Dolls shaped in Sunderland, Britain, in Oct of 1979, originally comprising singer Pete Zulu (delivered Peter Robson), guitarist Olga (Michael Algar), bassist Turn (Philip Dugdale), and drummer Mr. Colin Scott. Within per month, and after only a couple of gigs, Zulu still left the group, the …

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Severed Heads

Severed Minds were among the pioneering acts in Australia’s alternative music scene, an organization whose work embraced components of commercial, synth pop, digital, and experimental music, with discovered sounds, tape loops, samples, and full-on noise playing as huge a role within their music as any typical instruments. Eclectic and stubbornly …

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Toxic Audio

Toxic Audio can be an a cappella quintet — comprising Jeremy James, Shalisa James, Michelle Mailhot-Valines, Rene Ruiz, and Paul Sperrazza — that got its start at the 1998 Orlando International Fringe Festival. The look of them in the festival resulted in employment with Disney/MGM Studios, where they performed six …

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The Sensational Alex Harvey Band

The Sensational Alex Harvey Band formed in 1972 when veteran vocalist Alex Harvey (February 5, 1935, Gorbals, Glasgow, Scotland; passed away Feb 4, 1982, Zeebrugge, Belgium) teamed with battling Glasgow group Rip Gas. Zal Cleminson (created Might 4, 1949; acoustic guitar), Hugh McKenna (given birth to November 28, 1949; keyboards), …

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Stan Ridgway

Probably one of the most unique vocalist/songwriters in American indie music, with an unforgettable adenoidal vocal delivery which makes him appear to be a low-level smart guy in another of those aged Warner Bros. gangster movies from the ’30s along with a lyrical obsession using the styles of pulp criminal …

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T. Raumschmiere

Anti-hero refusenik Marco Haas adopted his surreal moniker, lifted from your William S. Burroughs tale The Dreamcops, in 1997. T. Raumschmiere’s cranky electro-punk combines from rock and roll to hip-hop into one fuzzed-out, danceable post-apocalyptic assault around the cortex. Haas (Raumschmiere) started releasing brash and broken music under this name …

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Sparks

Sparks may be the automobile for the skewed pop smarts and wise-guy wordplay of brothers Ron and Russell Mael, LA natives who have spent their years as a child modeling adolescent men’s attire for mail-order catalogs. While going to UCLA in 1970, the Maels shaped their 1st group, Halfnelson, which …

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Paolo Conte

Probably one of the most idiosyncratic, charismatic, and internationally successful Italian vocalist/songwriters of days gone by four years, Paolo Conte created his own unique design, combining a like for jazz and music hall as well as a weary yet sympathetic and humorous knowledge of human being foibles. Born to some …

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Alice Cooper

Originally, there is a band called Alice Cooper led by way of a singer called Vincent Damon Furnier. Under his path, Alice Cooper pioneered a grandly theatrical and violent make of heavy metal which was designed to surprise. Drawing similarly from horror films, vaudeville, rock, and garage rock and roll, …

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