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Mike Peters

Known in early stages because of their 19th century cavalry garb and absurd levels of hairspray, the Alarm parlayed solid, folk-inspired rock anthems into an eight-year, five-album career. Fronted by Mike Peters, the Security alarm strike hard with Declaration in 1984, and constructed upon that album’s achievement with Power and …

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The Wonder Stuff

Somewhere within the mid-’80s and mid-’90s, the sweetness Stuff were one of the primary bands within the U.K. Beginning like a revved-up acoustic guitar pop music group, later on adding offbeat folk affects while sometimes nodding to the surplus from the Madchester picture, cleverness and eclecticism had been the sweetness …

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Kingmaker

Teenage schoolmates in Hull, Britain, Loz Hardy (acoustic guitar/vocal) and Myles Howell (bass) placed a want-ad for any drummer and met John Andrew. The rocking Brit-poppers started playing and touring collectively, gradually picking right up a pursuing around THE UK. After signing an archive deal, the music group released Eat …

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The Gravel Pit

Spending the first ’90s slogging it out in New Haven, CT, the Gravel Pit — lead singer and organist Jed Parish, guitarist Lucky Jackson, bassist Ed Valauskas, and drummer Pete Caldes — eventually produced the leap in to the Boston music scene, relocating to the town in 1994. 2 yrs …

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Martin’s Dam

Named honoring a wooded area for the outskirts of their indigenous Philadelphia, alternative rockers Martin’s Dam comprised singer/guitarist Scott Bricklin, his guitarist brother Brian, bassist Tag Gorman and drummer Gary Yellow metal. Their debut LP Cross types made an appearance in 1998.

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Skinny

Fundamentally the project of producer Matt Benbrook and vocalist/instrumentalist Paul Herman, the Uk pop unit Skinny was formed in 1996. Fleshing out their line-up with bassist Tim, keyboardist Mike and guitarist Pascal, Skinny debuted in 1998 using the Weekend.

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