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Ungdomskulen

Finding the right name for the rock group could be a real task. After exploring the options of names such as for example Position Ovation and Goddamnit, the three youthful Norwegians Frode Flatland (bass), Kristian Stockhaus (vocals, electric guitar), and Øyvind Solheim (drums) finally resolved on Ungdomskulen, which merely means …

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The Chameleons UK

The atmospheric pop music group the Chameleons formed in Manchester, Britain, in 1981 in the ashes of several regional groups: vocalist/bassist Tag Burgess began using the Cliches, guitarists Reg Smithies and Dave Fielding arrived in the Years, and drummer John Lever (who quickly replaced founding member Brian Schofield) originated using …

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Human Switchboard

Inspired with the Velvet Underground (especially lead vocalist Bob Pfeifer) as well as the angst-ridden post-punk of Pleasure Division, Human Switchboard debuted in 1977 with an EP made by Pere Ubu’s David Thomas. Individual Switchboard Live premiered by the music group three years afterwards (though it resembles a bootleg), and …

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Sielun Veljet

Sielun Veljet (“Brothers of Spirit”) was an extremely influential post-punk music group from the 1980s. It had been produced in 1983 by vocalist/guitar participant, Ismo Alanko, and business lead guitarist, Jukka Orma, in the remains from the effective brand-new wave music group, Hassisen Kone (“Hassinen’s Machine”). From 1979 to 1983 …

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Blam Blam Blam

The origins from the influential New Zealand post-punk outfit Blam Blam Blam dated back again to an Auckland-based theatrical group dubbed the Plague. Originally called the Madda Ferrets, the music group underwent some name and lineup adjustments before the long lasting trio of guitarist Tag Bell, bassist Tim Mahon, and …

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The Opposition

The Opposition were a South London-based post-punk music group that welded the impassioned urgency of early Getting rid of Joke towards the graceful but pained atmospheric flourishes from the Chameleons. Marcus Bell, Tag Long, and Ralph Hall created the music group in 1979 and experienced their first solitary, HARDLY ANY …

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Brenda Ray

Stationed in North Western England in the past due ’70s, Brenda Ray started her musical job in age post-punk, working under various aliases and melding raw punk instrumentation with dance rhythms and reggae affects. During this time period, Ray created D.I.Con. recordings within the nebulous Liverpudlian collective Naffi, working as …

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Parade Ground

Parade Ground certainly are a cool influx synth pop duo who shaped in Brussels in 1981, and contain brothers Jean-Marc Pauly and Pierre Pauly. Their generally uptempo monitors typically feature icy consumer electronics, minimal post-punk guitars, and dramatic vocals by Jean-Marc. They possess collaborated thoroughly with associates of Belgian commercial …

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Laughing Clowns

Ed Kuepper’s Laughing Clowns were a little more from the beaten route compared to the Saints, the infamous Australian punk music group Kuepper played acoustic guitar for through the ’70s. Integrating jazz affects into their exclusive undertake post-punk, the Laughing Clowns released many information between 1980 and 1985, before Kuepper …

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The Everymen

Happy sons and daughters from the state of NJ, the Everymen certainly are a band with a small amount of everything: the hard but tuneful melodies of ’60s rock, the best and powerful sound of Bruce Springsteen and his heartland rock brethren, the brutal attitude of punk rock, as well …

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