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The Real People

Previously referred to as Jo Jo And THE TRUE People, the true Individuals were formed in 1989 simply by two brothers, Tony Griffiths (b. 7 Apr 1966, Liverpool, Merseyside, Britain; bass, vocals) and Chris Griffiths (b. 30 March 1968, Liverpool, Merseyside, Britain; acoustic guitar, vocals), and Sean Simpson (b. 9 …

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Love Spit Love

Love Spit Like marked the next approaching of vocalist Richard Butler, previously known for his are the frontman of post-punk favorites the Psychedelic Furs. In the wake from the Furs’ 1991 break-up, Butler relocated from his indigenous Britain to NEW YORK, where in 1992 he teamed with guitarist Richard Fortus …

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Roman Candle

The alt-country/indie rock quintet from Chapel Hill had its roots in bandmembers (and brothers) Miss and Logan Matheny’s childhoods in Wilkesboro, NC, where they was raised having a great-grandfather who took these to the Grand Ole Opry and a higher school music group movie director father who also performed in …

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Jadestone

The Florida trio Jadestone (the existing lineup includes Yves [bass/vocals], Gary [guitar], and Steve [drums]) first met up in 1997, playing the neighborhood club scene frequently. Focusing on a hard-edged pop audio (? la Fastball and Matchbox Twenty), the group provides released three albums since their development — THAT IS …

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Blur

Initially, Blur had been among the multitude of English bands that made an appearance within the wake from the Rock Roses, mining exactly the same swirling, pseudo-psychedelic guitar pop, just with louder guitars. Pursuing a graphic makeover within the middle-’90s, the group surfaced as the utmost popular music group within …

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Spacehog

Spacehog mixed glam rock and roll affects, including David Bowie and T. Rex, to their wall-of-distorted-guitars audio, a mixture that helped the music group make a moderate dent within the past due-’90s alternative rock and roll picture. The quartet created in NEW YORK in 1993, pursuing English drummer Jonny Cragg’s …

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Peter Skellern

A composer, singer, and musician, Peter Skellern played trombone inside a college music group and served as organist and choirmaster in an area cathedral before attending the Guildhall College of Music, that he graduated with honors in 1968. Because “I didn’t wish to spend another 50 years playing Chopin,” he …

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Glen Matlock

You’ll find so many stories and myths on the subject of why original Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock was fired and replaced by Sid Vicious. It is not accurate that Matlock was kicked out for preference the Beatles; actually, he was a lot more enamored from the Faces as well …

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Gigantic

Following the dissolution of Flesh for Lulu, founding members Nick Marsh (vocals) and Rocco Barker (guitars) made a decision to reunite in 1995 with a fresh appellation along with a louder, rawer sound. Joined up with by Dave Blair (bass) and Al Fletcher (drums), Marsh and Barker shaped Gigantic in …

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The Good, the Bad & the Queen

“THE NICE, the Poor & the Queen” identifies all the subject matter that live beneath the London sun, so it is a fitted if uncomfortable moniker to get a project — not really a music group, as its leader provides strenuously asserted — created by Blur frontman Damon Albarn in …

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