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Quick

Although among the many United kingdom synth pop duos to surface area through the early ’80s, the Quick actually got their start the various other side from the Atlantic. Bassist/keyboardist George McFarlane, who was simply in California carrying out session work, fulfilled vocalist and fellow Englishman Colin “Col” Campsie at …

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Paul Bevoir

Paul Bevoir did his better to keep the Uk mod revival heading well in to the ’80s seeing that the primary creative power behind the charmingly determined Plane Set so that as the underground movement’s leading songwriter, contributing perfectly crafted ’60s-design pop songs towards the Candees, Melvyn as well as …

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4 Out of 5 Doctors

Washington, DC-based, brand-new influx/power pop clothing 4 Out of 5 Doctors shaped in the later ’70s across the abilities of guitarist/keyboardist Jeff Severson, guitarist George Pittaway, bassist/vocalist Cal Everett, and drummer Tom Ballew. Though they just documented two albums, an eponymous 1980 debut and 1982’s Second Opinion, the music group’s …

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Falling Wallendas

An choice/power pop group from Chicago, the Falling Wallendas display the abilities of songwriters Allen Keller (electric guitar, vocals) and Scott Bennett (bass, vocals), along with guitarist Arch Alcatraz and drummer Todd Sucherman. Their self-titled debut premiered on IMI in 1995, implemented in 1997 by Belittle.

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Daver

Chicago-based producer/musician Daver spent the majority of his time producing and engineering information for other performers (he famously created a demo for just one of Billy Corgan’s pre-Smashing Pumpkins rings), but he’s had the opportunity to release many great one-man-band CDs in a complicated pop style that owes something to …

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Spacemaid

Spacemaid is a quintet from Hull, Britain, fronted by woman vocalist Loony Evans. Their debut recording, Supercool, premiered in the U.K. in 1997 around the Big Celebrity label.

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Mockingbirds

The power-pop music group the Mockingbirds comprised singer Tag Fuqua, guitarist Potential Butler, bassist Paul Babiak and drummer Les James. Their self-titled, sefl-released debut LP originally made an appearance in 1996; although subject of very much vital acclaim, it quickly went of printing, but was reissued with the Not really …

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The Breakaways

The Breakaways were a short-lived combo that filled the gap between Peter Case and Paul Collins’ use the seminal power pop music group the Nerves and their later on groups the Plimsouls as well as the Defeat. In 1978, the Nerves found an end following the departure of guitarist Jack …

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Frank Allen

Frank Allen may possibly not be quite while well-known while Liverpool’s two most well-known rock and roll bassists, Paul McCartney and John Gustafson, but he’s in course by himself for sheer longevity, inside a field where success is normally defined by youngsters — as an associate from the Searchers, he’s …

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Cretones

Los Angeles-based power pop combo the Cretones were made up of singer/guitarist Tag Goldenberg, bassist Peter Bernstein, keyboardist Steve Leonard, and drummer Steve Beers. After putting your signature on to Richard Perry’s Globe Information, the Cretones released their debut LP, Thin Crimson Range, in 1980. Linda Ronstadt was so impressed …

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