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Michael Monroe

In an ideal world, Michael Monroe could have been among the leading frontmen from the ‘80s glam steel movement — departing the majority of his unbearable contemporaries in the dust. Blessed Matti Fagerholm on June 17, 1960, in Helsinki, Finland, Monroe performed saxophone with a number of Finnish bands through …

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Metal Urbain

Known as the very first band to utilize synthetic percussion inside a punk rock context, Metallic Urbain utilized heavily distorted guitars, intense vocals, a synthesizer, along with a drum machine to generate a few of the most unique music from the punk era. Shaped in Paris in 1977, this quartet …

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2 Minutos

Argentinean punk rock-band 2 Minutos was shaped in the past due ’80s, mostly influenced by Uk punk icons and regional los Violadores and Attaque 77. In 1992, the music group participated within a collective record produced by an unbiased label known as Mentes Abiertas using its music “Ya Simply no …

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The Rezillos

Although frequently aligned using the punk motion, the Rezillos’ (later on referred to as the Revillos) irreverent glam rock image and affection for campy girl group iconography arranged them distinctly aside from their peers. Created in 1976 in Edinburgh, Scotland, the group was a liquid and highly casual collective focused …

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Sex Pistols

The Sex Pistols might have only been collectively for just two years in the past due ’70s, however they changed the facial skin of popular music. Through their uncooked, nihilistic singles and violent shows, the music group revolutionized the thought of what rock and roll & roll could possibly be. …

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The Psychedelic Furs

The Psychedelic Furs, whose name was inspired from the 1966 Velvet Underground song “Venus in Furs,” were formed in Britain in 1977 by brothers Richard Butler (vocals) and Tim Butler (bass), alongside saxophone player Duncan Kilburn and guitarist Roger Morris. By enough time they released their self-titled debut recording in …

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The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower

Acquiring their name from a book by Greil Marcus, the Plot to INFLATE the Eiffel Tower shaped in NORTH PARK, CA, in 2001, made up of Brandon Welchez (vocals/sax), Chuck Rowell (guitar), Brian Hill (drums), and Dan Maier (bass). They made an appearance on the picture having a cacophonous jazz-punk-hardcore …

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The Mekons

More than any kind of music group that arrived of later-’70s England, the Mekons (the name extracted from the favorite sci-fi comic Dan Dare) have possibly the most dedicated fans of any kind of music group even remotely linked to punk rock and roll. And why not really? During the …

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The Necros

Ohio thrash-punksters the Necros debuted in the first ’80s having a nine-track EP released through two preeminent indie brands, Dischord and Contact & Go. Authorized to the second option label 2 yrs later on, the group’s 1st recording, Conquest for Loss of life, became their last for a long time. …

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Neurotic Outsiders

A supergroup formed in LA the mid-’90s comprising B-list men from A-list rings, Neurotic Outsiders found an urgent following whenever a one-time charity concert in the Viper Space resulted in a house-band engagement. Steve Jones from the Sex Pistols, John Taylor of Duran Duran, Duff McKagan of Weapons N’ Roses, …

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