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Jakko M. Jakszyk

b. Michael Lee Curran, 8 June 1958, Highgate, London, Britain. As an adolescent Jaksyzk’s intentions had been to become professional soccer participant, but he failed his trial with Watford SOCCER TEAM. Already playing electric guitar in his bedroom, he also liked acting, and became a member of the National Youngsters …

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Bronski Beat

London’s Bronski Defeat is going to be remembered for several things. Whoever has noticed the video for “Smalltown Boy” — which continues to be gripping and sobering years afterwards — can most likely recall a minimum of among its moments in vivid details. It was just Bronski Beat’s initial single, …

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Tom Robinson

There have been few punk-era, major-label performers simply because intensely creative and controversial simply because Tom Robinson. Slicing his tooth with folk-rockers Café Culture (who released a Ray Davies-produced record on the top Kink’s Konk label in 1975), Robinson roared in to the limelight in 1978 with an excellent one …

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The Real Kids

First appearing at Boston clubs in the first ’70s, the true Kids would ultimately become a regional institution by 1977, but too little real product sales would result in a break up, a re-formation, and a far more complete break up — most within 6 years. However local and fleeting …

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Maurice Deebank

The lead guitarist and chief songwriter for 1980s British punk band Felt, Maurice Deebank continued to fuse the unrelenting drive of punk as well as the sophistication of classical music like a soloist. His single albums Inner Idea Area, released in 1984, and Crimson Heaven, which adopted 11 years later …

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