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Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

Although renowned because of its high-energy rock, the Detroit/Ann Arbor region also formed the center point for this enjoyable country-rock band. The to begin many tempestuous line-ups was shaped in 1967, made up of Commander Cody (b. George Frayne IV, 19 July 1944, Boise Town, Idaho, USA; piano), John Tichy …

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The Chesterf!elds

Indie pop combo the Chesterf!elds formed in Yeovil, Britain, in mid-1984, originally made up of vocalist/guitarist David Goldsworthy, bassist Simon Barber, and drummer Dominic Manns. Second guitarist Brendan Holden agreed upon on a season afterwards, embellishing the upbeat, frothy melodies that gained the Chesterf!elds an area on leading lines from …

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Cruachan

Ireland’s Cruachan isn’t the world’s first, nor the world’s only “folk steel” music group (other popular acts getting Finland’s Amorphis and England’s Skyclad, to mention but two), however they possess arguably attended the greatest measures of anyone within their tries to expand this even now largely unexplored subgenre. Developing in …

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Comecon

Swedish thrash metallic also-rans Comecon are actually mostly appreciated for giving upcoming Entombed singer L-G Petrov his start. Also offering guitarist Pelle Ström, bassist Rasmus Ekman and drummer Andre Green, the band’s 1991 debut for Hundred years Mass media, Megatrends in Brutality virtually spent any reserves of originality in its …

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Chris Liebing

Dynamic in Frankfurt’s dance music picture because the early ’90s, techno manufacturer and DJ Chris Liebing released productions for several labels — Sound, Clau, Molecular, Molecular, Primate, his very own C.L.R., and many others — through the entire past due ’90s and early 2000s. In 2005, he caused Speedy J …

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Creaming Jesus

This satirical UK hardcore/metal quintet was formed in 1987 by vocalist Andy and guitarists Richard and Mario. By adding drummer Roy and bass participant Tally, they agreed upon to the indie Jungle label. Their amusingly entitled debut noticed chainsaw guitars collide with machine-gun drumming, as the lyrics handled contemporary issues …

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Chinchilla

One of several majestic-sounding power metallic bands to hire a significantly less than majestic (help to make that downright silly) moniker, Germany’s oddly named Chinchilla were formed in 1988 by guitarist Udo Gerstenmeyer and made their debut using the Zero Mercy EP 2 yrs later, and then disband nearly immediately. …

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Kustomized

Led by singer/guitarist Peter Prescott, a onetime person in the seminal 1980s post-punk rings Objective of Burma as well as the Volcano Suns, noise-rockers Kustomized also originally included guitarist/violinist/organist Edd Yazijian, bassist Bob Moses and drummer Kurt Davis (the former frontman for Bullet LaVolta). Produced in Boston through the fall …

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Kreator

Arguably probably the most influential and successful European thrash metal band ever, Germany’s Kreator will also be the most enduring. Like a lot of their Western acceleration metallic brethren, Kreator fused Metallica’s thrash improvements with Venom’s proto-black metallic imagery, sparked it with Motörhead’s balls-out speed, and capped it off using …

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Kas Product

Kas Item made a few of the most rigid and needling electronic music from the post-punk period. Based from Nancy, France, the U.S.-given birth to Mona Soyoc (vocals, guitar, and piano) and Frenchman Daniel “Spatsz” Favre (synthesizer, drum programming) debuted in 1980 with a set of 7″ releases for the …

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