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Was (Not Was)

Was (Not Was) play modern R&B dance music, with lyrics that add the satiric towards the bizarre. The group is normally led by Detroit natives David Weiss (David Was), who has flute and writes those lyrics, and Don Fagenson (Don Was), who has bass and writes music, however the group …

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Warren Zevon

Few of rock and roll & roll’s great misanthropes were seeing that talented, seeing that charming, or seeing that focused on their cynicism seeing that Warren Zevon. A vocalist and songwriter whose music frequently handled outlaws, mercenaries, sociopaths, and villains of most stripes, Zevon’s lyrics shown an enthusiastic and prepared …

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Lennon

Lennon is a headbanger who received a allergy of promotion before releasing her debut, 5:30 Sunday Morning hours (named such due to when she finished composing the music). She’s opened up for stalwarts like Monster Magnet, the Cult, and Alice Cooper in order to provide her confessional tirades towards the …

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John Lee Hooker

He was beloved worldwide seeing that the king from the endless boogie, an authentic blues superstar whose droning, hypnotic one-chord grooves were simultaneously both ultra-primitive and timeless. But John Lee Hooker documented in a great number of more designs than that more than a profession that extended across over fifty …

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Mahjongg

Mahjongg combine the edgy timber of consumer electronics, the ironic wit and melodic feeling of indie rock and roll, as well as the rhythmic abandon of funk and Afro-beat and fuse them right into a clever, dance-friendly audio that’s made them one of the most talked-about acts in the bustling …

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Dean Martin

Experiencing great success in music, film, television, as well as the stage, Dean Martin was less an entertainer than an icon, the eternal essence of interesting. A member from the renowned Rat Pack, he resided and passed away the high lifestyle of booze, broads and shiny lights, often projecting a …

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Dean Ween

Mickey Melchiondo adopted the name Dean Ween when he was an adolescent in New Wish, Pa. He and friend Aaron Freeman — who known as himself Gene Ween — produced Ween if they had been just 14 years of age, hardly ever imagining that they’d end up being saddled with …

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Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti

Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti art lo-fi recordings filled with intrigue — and filled with contradictions. The Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist Green writes tracks that are melodic, catchy, and familiar — and within their very own unorthodox method, recall the most instant, available, straightforward FM pop/rock and roll from the ’70s and …

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Jane Krakowski

Before Jane Krakowski became a Television star via Ally McBeal and 30 Rock and roll — and before she launched a profession as a saving artist, for example — she was a veteran from the stage, beginning a profession that she maintained even while her small-screen career thrived. The girl …

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MC Serch

Widely recognized among the esteemed white rappers, MC Serch (born Michael Berrin) composed one-third of 3rd Bass. After three full-lengths with Pete Good and DJ Richie High — two studio room albums and a remix collection — Serch proceeded to go single with 1992’s Come back of the merchandise. Just …

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