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Artificial Peace

Bassist Rob Moss, guitarist Peter Murray, vocalist Steve Polcari, and drummer Mike Manos were Artificial Tranquility, a Washington, D.C.-structured hardcore punk band that existed through the early ’80s. Their lone recordings — “Outside Searching In,” “Wasteland,” as well as the requisite for the hardcore punk music group self-titled amount — …

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Reset

French-Canadian punk rockers Reset (shaped in 1994) offered over 2,000 copies of their debut cassette documenting, Concern, in 1997 — from from the concert stage, with out a main label, small name reputation beyond Montreal’s North Shoreline, and with out a single person in legal consuming age. But dedication and …

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Times Square

Recalling the fun and humorous part of punk rock and roll, Occasions Square drew on such affects as the Ramones as well as the Buzzcocks when it strike the Manhattan golf club scene in 1996. Obviously, Times Square is not a music group with an furious socio-political agenda–its lyrics ranged …

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Peter Coyle

As the vocalist for the Lotus Eaters, Peter Coyle witnessed a short flicker of fame when the band’s first single, “The First Picture of You,” sold a lot more than 100,000 copies in Britain. The song’s reputation gained Coyle and guitarist Jeremy Kelly some newspaper covers. Nevertheless, when the group …

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Ritual Device

Ritual Device brought in the Chicago sound of Big Dark, the Effigies, as well as the Jesus Lizard motivated punk with their hometown of Omaha, NE. Using their have ire of complicated guitars and screamy vocals, Man’s Wreck Information debuted the quartet’s hallmark sound on the 1994 divided 10″ with …

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The Ordinaries

Surfaced in New York’s seminal Zero Wave scene in the first 1980’s, The Ordinaries presented their have avant-garde texture of fusing noises, punk classical and jazz that led to recognition from an audience who also got notice to innovators such as for example Sonic Youth as well as the Swans. …

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Richard Robinson

As maker, Richard Robinson’s primary credential does Lou Reed’s 1st single album, and generally aiding Reed to make the changeover from ex-Velvet Underground leader to single star. At the start from the 1970s, Robinson was barely the type of market vet one may have assumed would be eligible for use …

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Hawks

This Midwestern power pop quintet (keyboardist Dave Hearn, guitarists Dave Steen, and Kirk Kaufman, bassist Frank Wiewel, and drummer Larry Adams) came built with four strong songwriters/vocalists fighting for room on each of their two long players (only drummer Adams sat from the songwriting duties). Through the span of two …

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Even Worse

A WHOLE LOT WORSE were a fresh York Town punk music group whose ever-changing lineups were consistently anchored simply by founder and drummer Jack port Rabid. Denizens from the city’s pre-hardcore picture, Even Worse originally formed in Apr 1980 to be able to open up for fellow N.Con.C. punks the …

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Tie That Binds

The Tie That Binds began in 1993 under their original moniker of Badger. Centered out of Houston, TX, Abridged Information debuted the band’s audio of melodic hardcore and indie undertones for the 1994 break up EP with fellow Texans Blueprint. Carrying out a U.S. tour and their 1995 EP, Unsatisfied …

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