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Mark Bacino

Tag Bacino is a fresh York-based singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and manufacturer using a bent toward melodic rock and roll and power pop. Delivered in NEW YORK, Bacino was raised on a reliable diet from the Monkees, Kiss, Supplement Alpert, the Seaside Boys, Cheap Technique, and other likewise inclined pop functions. By …

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Jim Basnight

A long time before Seattle was the grunge rock and roll capitol of America, it had an extended history of tough, tough-as-nails rock and roll, from the 1960s with garage area rock and roll stalwarts the Sonics and Wailers and culminating within the ’80s with Jim Basnight as well as …

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Pezband

Hailing through the same condition as Cheap Key (Illinois), the Pezband was a mostly okay, occasionally wonderful, power pop music group that specialised in hook-filled hard rock and roll with sweet multi-part harmonies. Led from the solid, blues-inflected performing of Mimi (a man) Betinis as well as the rampaging Jeff …

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Jericho

Frank De Felice, Danny Gerard, Fred Keeler and Gord Fleming, referred to as Jericho, released a self-titled record in 1971 on Ampex Information and split immediately after.

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Hoodoo Gurus

Like the majority of bands, Australia’s Hoodoo Gurus were largely the merchandise of the influences; unlike many bands, nevertheless, the Hoodoos channeled their motivation from the huge entirety from the American pop ethnic landscape, sketching on such disparate resources as B-movies, poor sitcoms, and processed foods — in tandem with …

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Let’s Active

Mitch Easter carved his put in place music history being a hip manufacturer within the ’80s, especially for the first R.E.M. albums Murmur and Reckoning; however, these achievements frequently overshadowed and sidetracked him from offering his full dedication to his very own recording profession with Let’s Energetic, a music group …

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Screamfeeder

Produced in 1991 in Australia, the indie-rock group Screamfeeder was led by vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Tim Steward, initially associated with bassist/vocalist Kellie Lloyd and drummer Tony Cutting blades. While many albums and EPs stay out of print out within the U.S., these lineup could be noticed on 1994’s BURN UP Your Name. …

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Van Duren

Vehicle Duren was area of the early Memphis power pop picture that spawned the legendary Big Celebrity, and made many underexposed, small-label information during the past due ’70s. Duren started playing in rings at age 13 in 1966 and went to senior high school with eventual Big Celebrity drummer Jody …

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Jupiter Affect

The Jupiter Affect has a lineup of pop underground veterans. Bassist and vocalist Michael Quercio not merely coined the word “Paisley Underground” (to spell it out the slew of ’60s-slanted psychedelic pop rings in L.A.) during an interview in the first ’80s, but he was also in the forefront from …

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We All Together

The Peruvian music group MOST OF US Together, though unknown beyond a core cluster of cultists, was one of the prime exponents of Beatlesque pop/rock in the first ’70s. Led by vocalist and regular composer Carlos Guerrero, who (alongside some other people) have been within the Peruvian rock-band Laghonia, they …

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