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Ms Krazie

Ms Krazie is really a rapper, singer, and style aficionado from Michoac√°n, Mexico. Her bilingual music focus on everyday activity, romantic relationships, and Latin satisfaction, and range between passionate love music to volatile, intense stormers. Blessed America Ochoa in 1988 to some musical family members, she started rapping during her …

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Rodney Rude

Australia is careful to provide a specific part of itself towards the globe through its press — a country of friendly and gregarious character types who are just a little tough round the sides. There’s another part to that gold coin, though, so in retrospect a comedian and musician like …

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Jilted John

Using its simple melodies and endearing silliness, Jilted John’s song of the same name became among the U.K.’s most widely used punk/new influx novelty singles. Written and sung by professional Graham Fellows, “Jilted John” tells the storyplot of an uncomfortable teenager whose partner Julie leaves him for Gordon, a better-looking …

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Sarah Silverman

A comedian and celebrity known on her behalf design that combines pointed satire using a cheerful willingness to outrage with her purposefully outrageous commentary on competition, gender, and politics, Sarah Silverman was created on Dec 1, 1970 in Bedford, New Hampshire. The youngest of five siblings, Silverman became thinking about …

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Rumpelstiltskin Grinder

After forming through the ashes of previously bands Solace within the Shadows, Evil Divine, and XXX Maniac, the members of Pa neo-thrashers Rumpelstiltskin Grinder dared to combine thrash metal and comedy lyrics on the 2005 Relapse Information debut, Buried in leading Yard. Normally, this is a heavy steel no-no (simply …

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Sean Na-Na

Sean Na-Na was the alias of indie popster Sean Tillmann, previously of noise rock and roll cult favorites Calvin Krime. Delivered in Marshall, MN, in 1978, Tillmann was still in his teenagers when he shaped Calvin Krime with vocalist/guitarist Jon Kelson and drummer Jason Ralph, debuting in 1995 using the …

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Screeching Weasel

Chicago’s Screeching Weasel generally possess a polarizing influence on most punk enthusiasts — either you like their amateurish, tuneful Ramones imitation and singer/guitarist Ben Weasel’s smartass suburbanite, often pop culture-oriented lyrics, or you hate them. During the period of the band’s profession, which lasted for greater than a 10 years …

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Penetration

The only real summation you can label of the career of British punks Penetration is, just what a disappointment. In 1977, Penetration released a vintage chunk of punk rock and roll defiance entitled “Don’t Dictate.” With Pauline Murray’s impassioned vocals (sounding a little like X-Ray Spex’s Poly Styrene) at the …

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Puddle of Mudd

Among the initial works signed to Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst’s label, Flawless Information, was the alt-metal quartet Puddle of Mudd — comprising Wesley Scantlin (acoustic guitar and vocals), Paul Phillips (acoustic guitar), Douglas Ardito (bass), and Greg Upchurch (drums). While their tunes expectedly support the trend of such contemporaries …

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