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Denki Groove

Denki Groove (the very first word in Japan means “energy”) became one of the most successful techno/dance rings in Japan in the past due ’90s, with an experimental, sometimes poppy design that earned them enthusiasts above floor and underground, through the graphs to the night clubs. Beginning mainly because something …

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Cud

Cud was formed in Leeds, Britain in 1987 by Carl Puttnam (b. Ilford, Essex, Britain; vocals), Mike Dunphy (b. Northumberland, Britain; acoustic guitar), William Potter (b. Derby, Britain; bass) and Steve ‘The Infamous Drummer From Cud’ Goodwin (b. Croydon, Surrey, Britain; drums). The quartet sprung into living when they found …

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Clint Mansell

Frontman for the sadly defunct Pop Can Eat Itself, among other activities, Clint Mansell (b. January 7, 1963, Coventry, Britain) has performed a whole lot of music. Affectionately referred to as Clint Poppie, he began in 1981, developing a group known as From Eden, including future associates of Pop Will …

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Crazyhead

This guitar band, formed in Leicester, England, in 1986, were signed to the fledgling Food label. Their initial two releases noticed quick independent graph success, ‘(What OFFERS YOU THE THEORY That) You’re Therefore Amazing Baby?’ and ‘Baby Turpentine’ both getting #2 2. In keeping with Gaye Bikers On Acidity, Bomb …

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Pop Will Eat Itself

Acquiring their name from an NME feature within the group Jamie Wednesday (later referred to as Carter the Unstoppable Making love Model), the archetypal grebo strap Pop Will Consume Itself created in Stourbridge, England in 1986. Made up of vocalist/guitarist Clint Mansell, keyboardist Adam Mole, drummer Graham Crabb, and bassist …

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Groove Farm

Bristol-based indie popsters the Groove Farm emerged within the C-86 movement, serving up shambling guitar with ‘60s undertones. The music group created in 1986, made up of vocalist/guitarist Andrew Jarrett, guitarist Jon Kent, bassist Rupert Taylor, and drummer Jez Butler. Founding their very own label, Raving Pop Blast!, the Groove …

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