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Kirka

Kirka (given birth to Kiril Babitzin, Sept 9, 1950, in Helsinki, Finland) was an effective Finnish pop and rock and roll vocalist. He was created right into a musical family members, and his curiosity was sparked when he was presented with an accordion at age group five. Kirka went to …

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Condo Fucks

An alter ego of indie rock veterans Yo La Tengo, the Condo Fucks allegedly hailed from New London, CT, and featured drummer Georgia Condo (aka Georgia Hubley), guitarist Kid Condo (aka Ira Kaplan), and bassist James McNew. In 2008, the music group played among the last displays at Brooklyn’s Magnetic …

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The ‘N Betweens

The ‘N Betweens just did several singles in 1966, and will be forgotten except the fact that group evolved into Ambrose Slade and Slade. Back the middle-’60s the music artists, like many in Britain, were playing seriously R&B- and soul-influenced materials in the mod United kingdom Invasion design. The group …

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Hunx

Delivered Seth Bogart, Bay area musician Hunx got his begin being a back-up in the first 2000’s queer-themed electropunk music group Gravy Train. Following band’s dissolution, Bogart constructed a staff of close friends and music artists and created Hunx and His Punx in 2008. As an openly homosexual and outrageously …

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Slade

Slade may haven’t truly caught on with American viewers (often narrow-mindedly deemed “too British-sounding”), however the group became a feeling within their homeland making use of their anthemic make of glam rock and roll in the first ’70s, because they scored an astounding 11 Best Five strikes within a four-year …

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Wonderboy

The ’90s power pop outfit Wonderboy contains members Robbie Rist (singer, guitar, keyboard), Pat McGrath (guitars, keyboards, vocals), Dave Brow (bass, vocals), and Paul “Wally” Presson (drums, percussion, vocals). Rist got his focus on the music group Paul Pope, who released a set of albums and toured, but ultimately lost …

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Hello

Hello was formed in north London in 1971 by teens Bob Bradbury (vocals), Keith Marshall (electric guitar), Vic Faulkner (bass), and Jeff Allen (drums, sibling of Ultravox’s Chris Combination), originally gigging around the neighborhood youth membership circuit being a addresses band called this. It was within this guise that these …

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Sweet

In a few ways, the Sweet epitomized all of the tacky hubris and garish silliness of the first ’70s. Fusing bubblegum melodies with crunching, fuzzy guitars, the music group looked much metal music group, but had been as tame as any pop group. It had been a dichotomy that offered …

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Orbit

Rising from the Boston indie rock and roll scene that earlier spawned their chief affects the Pixies, Orbit’s make of punky, poppy alternative rock and roll was initially the merchandise of the force trio: guitarist/vocalist Jeff Robbins, bassist Tag Brookner, and drummer Paul Buckley. They met up in early 1994 …

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The Jook

Among the initial rings launched onto the U.K. picture during the initial crazy times of the glam rock and roll explosion and something of the very most unlucky casualties from the audience’s very own intransigence, the Jook are one particular groupings whose most informing attributes are obvious only with the …

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