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The Danse Society

The Sheffield, England-based Danse Culture originated in Con?, a music group that included bassist Bubble, drummer Paul Gilmartin, keyboardist Paul “Bee” Hampshire, guitarist Dave Patrick, and vocalist Steve Rawlings. After an appearance on the neighborhood scene’s Bouquet of Metal compilation in 1980, Y? annexed with two users of Lips-X (guitarist …

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MC Lars

MC Lars (true name: Andrew Nielsen) began building hip-hop-based tapes even though still a youngster, but was sidetracked from rap by such traditionally essential issues (to teens) as using guitar within a punk music group and finding accepted to some college. Nielsen visited Stanford and do an exchange stint at …

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Hildegard Knef

Although Hildegard Knef (aka Hildegard Neff, or just “Die Knef”) was most widely known in her indigenous Germany among the most significant actresses to emerge after WWII, she was also an accomplished musician in her very own right. Working mainly using the German chanson (a kind of vocal pop well-known …

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High-Back Chairs

Ian Mackaye and Brian Baker weren’t the only real ones to go leaps and bounds beyond Small Danger. From 1989 to 1993, Jeff Nelson drummed for Large Back Chairs, almost the very first and last Dischord power pop music group. Peter Hayes, who fronts the Peter Hayes Condition, got the …

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The Junior Varsity

Emo rock clothing the Junior Varsity originally came jointly in 2002 around guitarist Andy Wildrick. An EP, several displays around central Illinois, and many lineup changes afterwards, the group released their initial full-length, THE FANTASTIC Compromise, on United kingdom Records. By this time around, the Junior Varsity comprised Wildrick, Chris …

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Wino

Robert Scott Weinrich, better known by his nickname, Wino, is among the leading figures within the America’s underground rock movement. Despite the fact that none from the important bands Wino offers fronted — the Obsessed, Saint Vitus, Soul Caravan, etc. — ever accomplished mainstream success, they’re collectively viewed as essential …

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Bob Miller & The Millermen

The instrumental group Bob Miller AS WELL AS THE Millermen appeared regularly on UK television and radio programmes within the 50s and early 60s. After getting noticed at many London gigs, including one on the Locarno Ballroom, Streatham, in London, on Coronation Time, 2 June 1953, Miller made an appearance …

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Danny Tate

Vocalist/Songwriter and musician Danny Tate provides amassed an extraordinary list of strike tracks and critically acclaimed recordings more than an extended and fruitful music career. Tate was created in Beaumont, TX, to some musical and deeply spiritual family. It appeared natural enough after the youthful musician began exhibiting a skill …

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Highway Robbery

A US rock and roll group comprising Don Francisco (vocals, drums), Michael Stevens (acoustic guitar) and John Livingston Tunison (bass), Highway Robbery proved themselves adept music artists and songwriters using the arrival of the 1972 RCA Information debut, For Like Or Money. Using the lyrics made up of multitudinous references …

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Darkane

Swedish death metallic band Darkane was shaped through the remnants of Agretator, a progressive-influenced unit subsequent in the footsteps of bands like Watchtower. Guitarist Christofer Malmström and drummer Peter Wildoer (the second option also previously of Armageddon and Arch Foe) 1st recruited guitarist Klas Ideberg and bassist Jorgen Löfberg, and …

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