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Heideroosjes

Dutch punk rock-band Heideroosjes shaped in 1989 and released 4 albums independently labels Fairytale Information and Record Label. In the past due ’90s, the music group came to the interest of Epitaph and was agreed upon to an internationally record deal, launching five albums between 1998 and 2004. In 2006, …

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Vulgaires Machins

French-Canadian punk rock and roll quartet Vulgaires Machins shaped in the past due ’90s in Montréal, Quebec. They released their indie debut, La Vie Est Belle, in 1996. It had been accompanied by 24-40 in 1998, Regarde le Monde in 2000, Aimer le Mal in 2002, the Crossing the Bridge/Passe …

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Time and Distance

Just like Dashboard Confessional is ultimately Chris Carrabba, Period and Range is ultimately Greg McGowan. In the beginning began as something to simply take up period after departing his prior music group, the Charleston, WV-based vocalist/songwriter found his classical guitar and started pouring his center out. Expanding past merely playing …

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The Drunken Cholos

The Drunken Cholos are actually a reunion of the extremely first lineup of irreverent pop-punksters the Queers, featuring vocalist/guitarist Joe Queer as well as the rhythm portion of Wimpy and Tulu. Though this lineup was forget about by enough time the Queers produced their debut on Lookout! Information, the trio …

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Les Trois Accords

A Canadian rock-band that got its begin in 1997 when founding people Olivier Benoit and Simon Proulx met up, Les Trois Accords released their initial album, Gros Mammouth Record, in 2003. A luxurious edition of this record, Gros Mammouth Record Turbo, hit cabinets in 2004, and included two bonus paths …

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Jesse & The Rockers

Phoenix Town, AL-based Christian punk music group Jesse as well as the Rockers was formed in mid-1997 by vocalist/guitarist Hero and drummer Rocket; after documenting a five-song demonstration tape, the duo enlisted bassist Larry, quickly playing their first live display. With Hero and Larry swapping instrumental responsibilities, second guitarist Brian …

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Orange

Hollywood pop-punks Orange signed with Hellcat Information while even now in senior high school after obtaining the interest of label impresario/Rancid head Tim Armstrong. The quartet’s initial appearance was on Provide ‘Em the Shoe, Vol. 4 (the melody “No Rest for the Weekend”), as well as the full-length Welcome to …

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Polecat

The 1993 breakups of Gravy Teach and Hour Slave led to the collaboration of guitarist/ vocalist Ted Stevens, drummer Boz Hicks, and bassist Oli Blaha. Heading beneath the name of Polecat, the trio founded their audio with a power of harmonized pop that was filled with a lyrical focus on …

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Buddy Schaub

The trombonist who performs beneath the name of Friend, sometimes expanded to Friend Goldfinger, appears to be a typical person in the Gainesville, FL, band SIGNIFICANTLY LESS THAN Jake, at least with regards to forsaking a genuine surname in credits. Among his likewise discovered bandmates are Chris on vocals and …

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Wes Hollywood

Produced in Chicago in the planting season of 1999, the Wes Hollywood Display is certainly deeply rooted in the past due-’70s and early-’80s tradition of pop/rock and roll songwriting greats. Composed of Wes Hollywood (electric guitar/vocals), Jason Styx (drums), Patrick Thornbury (bass), and Tag Talent (electric guitar), the quartet self-released …

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