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Reef

The band members included Gary Stringer on vocals, Kenwyn House on guitar, Jack Bessant on bass and Dominic Greensmith on drums. Their second album, Glow, is ranked at number 26 in Kerrang!'s "100 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die" list.

Although most members of Reef have West Country connections, it wasn't until the four members met in London that the band was formed.

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Rubber

There are at least 2 bands called Rubber: BAND 1:
Rubber is a Canadian rock/pop band, featuring Harry Hess on vocals and Pete Lesperance on guitar, previously known as the band Harem Scarem. Rubber's first single, "Sunshine", had a music video with two guys who looked quite similar to Jay and Silent Bob. The video parodied many movies that were released at the time including American Pie.
(From wikipedia) BAND 2:

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Creed

Creed is an American post-grunge band, from Tallahassee, Florida, that became commercially successful during the late 90's. Creed formed in 1994 with their debut album, My Own Prison. After hearing them play live, Diana Meltzer of Wind-Up Records decided to sign the band to her label. After making it more radio friendly, the album was re-released by Wind-Up across the country and became a success, reaching the Top 40 of the Billboard 200. My Own Prison is, as of now, 6-times platinum.

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Hammer of the Gods

There are two bands called Hammer Of The Gods
1) This supergroup formed by Mike Portnoy is a cover band tribute to Led Zeppelin. Members:
Mike Portnoy - drums (Dream Theater)
Paul Gilbert - guitar (Mr. Big)
Dave LaRue - bass (Dixie Dregs)
Daniel Gildenlow - vocals (Pain of Salvation, ex-The Flower Kings)
2) A metal band from the UK, the band gained reputation after playing live shows in 2011 supporting Crowbar.

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The Most

There are multiple bands called "The Most." 1) An obscure mod/punk band from Melbourne, Australia in the early 1980s, who appear on a compilation called "Addicted Men" along with the Bleu Scooters, 5.15, and the Late Arrivals. 2) A 1979 power pop/new wave band from New York with a single called "Take a Chance". 3) a now disbanned classic-rock inspired group of gentlemen from Gainesville, FL. Their album, Mostified has been ranked among the finest self-produced Floridian albums of the last decade.

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Polyfox And The Union Of The Most Ghosts

A fox wanders into a grey forest, the grey forest inspires in the fox heart the polychameleon elements of its fox circulatory system, lighting fires of forest greens through its fox fur. This causes splinters of fox colour to shoot like arrows from the tips of the fox fur printing the surrounding forest in fox colours. Mini and big fox alike become lost in the fox foliage. The whole grey forest is as though it is wearing a fox fur coat.

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hunz

Hunz is a three-piece electronic pop band, spearheaded by Brisbane-based electronic musician and producer, Hans Van Vliet. With a background in music programming and motion design, Hans pulls his notes out of a binary soup of ones and zeroes, hand-crafting synth patches and beats from scratch. The result is a mix of pulsating, glitchy electronics and ethereal vocals that hint at the sinister, but succumb to the pleasure of pop hooks instead.

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The Barlights

There was a band named Oblique which failed due to the disparate locations of its band members. Three of said members realised that there was little else that they were good at, and decided to change the name a couple of times and recruit an old friend as a fourth member, thus creating the barlights. They have all been close friends (or close to being friends) for a minimum of 13 years, depending on which denomination of band members you choose.

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