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Change of Heart

The Canadian pop/rock band Change of Heart formed in 1982 and held alive for nearly two fulfilling decades before calling a finish towards the ride, and leaving the roller coaster cars empty. On the way, associates of the group included business lead vocalist Ian Blurton, drummers Ron Duffy and John …

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Dave Allen

From Washington, D.C.’s dynamic punk scene as well as the Dischord label comes a music group with the totally non-anarchistic name of Branch Supervisor. Bassist and vocalist Dave Allen is a important member through the entire trio’s profession, which started in 1990 and went through 1997. He’s frequently confused using …

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Blood of Kingu

The task of merging indigenous folk music and pagan philosophies with dark steel was seemingly not ambitious or all-consuming enough for the people from the Ukraine’s widely acclaimed Drudkh. If not bandmembers Roman Saenko (vocals, electric guitar, keyboards), Thurios (electric guitar), Krechet (bass), and Yuriy Sinitsky (drums) wouldn’t possess found …

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Fish & Roses

Avant pop trio Fish & Roses shaped in NEW YORK in nov 1985. Vocalist/drummer Rick Dark brown initial surfaced from N.Con.C.’s famed no influx scene as an associate of both Blinding Headaches and Information, accompanied by a stint in V-Effect, even though his wife, Atlanta-born vocalist/bassist Sue Garner, performed in …

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Coloured Stone

Coloured Rock was founded in 1977 by frontman Bunna Lawrie over the Kooniba Objective in Australia’s North Place. Lawrie, along with two of his brothers, began being a cover music group playing small cities and settlements. Among the band’s initial successes emerged in 1978 when their tune “Dance in the …

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Jesse Hultberg

Jesse Hultberg, the previous mastermind behind cult music group 3 Teens Get rid of 4, stepped away (way to avoid it) to begin with an auspicious single career. “I GREW UP a Right Boy (But I’m Not really Today)” can be used as the theme for cable’s Party Chat program.

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The Tender Box

The Los Angeles-based alt-rock band the Tender Box features Joey Medina (vocals/guitar), Steve Mungarro (bass/vocals), Chuck Gill (drums), and Ric Moon (guitar/synths). The four child years friends was raised in the Mexican-American community of South Gate and hearing bands like the Smiths, the Remedy, and Depeche Setting was a normal …

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Gammacide

Composed of vocalist Varnam Ponville, guitarists Scott Shelby and Rick Perry, bassist Eric Roy, and drummer Jamey Milford, Arlington, TX, music group Gammacide emerged through the past due-’80s thrash steel craze and maintained just one record, 1989’s Victims of Science, prior to going their split ways. Guitarist Perry afterwards joined …

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Art Decade

Acquiring their name from an instrumental cut on David Bowie’s Low, and focusing on big, anthemic, prog-tinged orchestral indie rock and roll in the vein of artists like Muse as well as the Mars Volta, Boston’s Art Decade created in 2008 round the talents of Berklee Classes of Music grad …

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Henry’s Funeral Shoe

Playing bluesy hard rock and roll with a lot of attitude, a vintage rocker’s appreciation of history, and a punk’s feeling of concision, Henry’s Funeral Boot is a force duo from Southern Wales comprising Aled Clifford on guitar and vocals, and his young brother Brennig Clifford on drums. Aled’s early …

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