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The Credibility Gap

Satirical comedy troupe the Reliability Difference didn’t enjoy significant popularity outdoors their indigenous Southern California throughout their life time, however the group was an exercise ground for several main comic talents, including Harry Shearer, Michael McKean, and David L. Lander. The Trustworthiness Gap’s name originated from a Nixon-era euphemism for …

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Left Alone

A hard-working punk music group from Wilmington, CA, Still left Only were formed by innovator Elvis Cortez (acoustic guitar/vocals) and played their first keg party in 1996. Merging his like of punk, ska, the Clash, Rancid, and Elvis Costello, Cortez was devoted towards the D.We.Con. attitude from the beginning and …

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Frank Zappa

Composer, guitarist, vocalist, and bandleader Frank Zappa was one musical figure throughout a executing and recording profession that lasted through the 1960s towards the ’90s. His disparate affects included doo wop music and avant-garde traditional music; although he led groupings that might be known as rock and roll & roll …

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The Damned

With punk’s history having entered a fresh millennium, the impact from the band initially judged “minimal more likely to” appears to grow a lot more every day. The Ramones keep deserved satisfaction of place for kick-starting the whole lot, as the Sex Pistols — also to a lesser level, the …

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Band of Holy Joy

The rough-and-tumble Uk acoustic unit Music group of Holy Pleasure formed in the brand new Cross section of London in 1984. Led by vocalist Johny Dark brown, the group — which also included trombonist Adrian Bailey, drummer Costs Lewington, keyboardist/banjoist Big John, violinist Karel Truck Bergen, accordionist Alf Thomas, and …

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The Fatal Flying Guilloteens

Grafting the blues onto frantic and ultra-crude punk rock and roll, The Fatal Flyin’ Guilloteens originally met up in January of 1996 for the intention of checking a Junior Varsity display in Kingwood, Texas. Slated being a one present act, the music group didn’t consider themselves seriously because they decked …

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Dwarves

Lacking G.G. Allin, it might be hard to mention a punk rock-band that went additional to establish a poor reputation compared to the Dwarves. Playing intentionally crude, high-speed punk rock and roll dripping with poor attitude, the Dwarves — led by vocalist Blag Dahlia and guitarist He Who CAN’T BE …

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The Crawdaddys

In a period of trendy discotheques, bombastic arena rock and roll, and sonic punk barbarisms, the Crawdaddys were a classic peculiarity from the later ’70s. The Southern California four-piece tempo & blues combo, led by two gifted songwriter/guitarists, Steve Potterf and Ron Silva, who started within the equivalent garage music …

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Country Joe & the Fish

If you point out the name Nation Joe & the Seafood to Americans given birth to in 1955 or previously, chances are that they can know the music group you’re discussing, a minimum of to the amount which they know their most widely played and quoted music, “PERSONALLY I THINK …

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The Count Five

Strictly speaking, predicated on their raw talent, the Count Five wouldn’t rate an excessive amount of attention from music historians. The definitive one-hit miracles, they didn’t make a lot of a long lasting impression over the hearing open public or on music — but simply play that certain hit, “Psychotic …

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