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Chris Whitley

Chris Whitley was a Texas-based vocalist/songwriter who initially began his profession being a bluesy root base rocker, but as his profession progressed, he moved deeper into rock and roll & move and alternative rock and roll. Though Whitley’s albums generally received reviews that are positive, they rarely marketed, and his …

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Crematory

Among the pioneering serves from the fertile Euro goth metal picture within the 1990s, Germany’s Crematory began being a strict loss of life metal device before adding goth and industrial components to their arsenal. Produced in 1991, their 1992 demonstration quickly caught the eye of Massacre Information, which would concern …

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L’Altra

Chicago-based experimental ensemble L’Altra comprised Lindsay Anderson, Joseph Costa, Ken Dyber, Eden British and Marc Hellner. Their gorgeously atmospheric self-titled debut EP premiered on Appearance in middle-1999. Music of the Sinking Occasion adopted a year later on.

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Panda Bear

As both a single artist and an associate of Pet Collective, Panda Carry (Noah Lennox) has shown to be immensely popular and influential since increasing to prominence through the early 2000s. Several works (both indie and mainstream) possess incorporated his design of reverb-soaked, Seaside Boys-esque vocals, in addition to his …

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Crash Test Dummies

Making use of their clever lyrics and folk-tinged melodies, the Crash Test Dummies were an ideal rock-band for affluent ’90s university students and yuppies. Their 1st recording was a multi-platinum strike in their indigenous Canada, but just gained a little cult pursuing in other areas of the globe. Thanks to …

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Chris LeDoux

Prior to learning to be a effective independent country musician, Chris LeDoux was a rodeo champ known for his bareback-riding skill and produced his name in music simply by writing countless tracks regarding the rodeo lifestyle. LeDoux was created in Biloxi, MS, in 1948 and shifted around frequently as a …

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Jackie Leven

The very first officially released saving by Scottish cult star Jackie Leven (given birth to in Fife on June 18, 1950), a musician that has drawn from folk, punk, blues, nation, as well as the music of his Celtic heritage, was issued under another name. Control, an record released in …

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Chris Bell

Chris Bell was among the unsung heroes of American pop music. Despite a lifestyle proclaimed by tragedy along with a profession crippled by industrial indifference, the vocalist/songwriter’s slender body of documented work demonstrated massively influential in the years of indie rockers who surfaced in his wake. Delivered January 12, 1951 …

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Kristian Bush

Given birth to and raised in Tennessee, vocalist/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, maker, and one 1 / 2 of Grammy Award-winning nation duo Sugarland, Kristian Merrill Bush grew up just beyond Knoxville in the tiny city of Sevierville, exactly the same Smoky Hill community that gave the entire world Dolly Parton. He produced …

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Coil

Primarily established in 1982 being a solo outlet for vocalist and percussionist John Balance, the experimental sonic manipulation unit Coil became a full-fledged concern a year afterwards following arrival of keyboardist/programmer Peter Christopherson, a founder of Psychic TV and a person in Throbbing Gristle. After debuting using the 17-minute one …

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