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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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The Living End

The Living End formed in 1994 after lead singer/guitarist Chris Cheney and bassist Scott Owen were introduced to each other by their older sisters at Wheelers Hill Secondary College in Melbourne. Cheney, obsessed with 80s rockabilly group the Stray Cats, convinced Owen to learn the double bass instead of the piano and they started playing gigs under the name Runaway Boys after the title of a Stray Cats song. The group went through a succession of drummers before settling on Joe Piripitzi.

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No Respect

There is more than one artist with the name 'No Respect': 1)No Respect was a german skapunk-band with mostly political lyrics. The main topics are antifascism, anarchy and freedom. 2)Some nasty and ripping metal that smacks of the bad boy L.A. scene of old, conjuring images of GNR, L.A. Guns, and early Skid Row, as well as some of the early carefree work of both Saigon Kick and Ugly Kid Joe.

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Steve Miller

Steve Miller (born October 5, 1943 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is an American blues and rock and roll guitarist and performer, best known for his work leading the Steve Miller Band. Miller was born to Dr. George "Sonny" Miller, a pathologist, jazz enthusiast and amateur recording engineer, and Bertha, a jazz-influenced singer. In 1950, the family moved to Dallas, Texas. His first guitar chords were taught to him by the legendary Les Paul, pioneer of the electric guitar and also Miller's godfather. While at St.

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Jamie Archer

Jamie Archer is an 34-year-old musician, also known as 'Jamie 'Afro', who has been gigging for over eight years. When he was 10, he watched Jimi Hendrix perform in concert - he knew right then that he wanted to be a musician. He got through to the live shows of Series 6 of the X Factor (2009), under mentor Simon Cowell, where he finished in 7th place.

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The La's

The La's were for all intents and purposes Lee Mavers and John Power. Lee wrote the songs, had the vision, and provided the general masterplan for what The La's were about; proper songs, strong melodies. John provided the Bass, harmonies and endless amounts of enthusiasim. Most people know The La's because of one song - 'There She Goes', an example of standard pop songwriting that still resonates with the target audience as strongly as it did when originally released in 1988.

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It Boys!

It Boys! is a band from Los Angeles, California currently signed to Hollywood Waste Records. For more information on tours, their releases and the members of the band visit http://www.ITBOYSMUSIC.com. MEMBERS:
Matt Cut - Vocals
Duck Leary - Drums/Vocals
Tommy Coops - Bass/Vocals
Judah Leary - Guitar/Vocals
Jeff Oster - Guitar/Vocals

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Locust

There are at least 4 artists named Locust: 1) Locust is a project of Mark Van Hoen, a British artist who has been releasing electronic music since 1993. 2) The Locust is a grindcore/experimental band formed in 1994 in San Diego, California. Please correct your tags to The Locust. 3) Locust (로커스트) was a Korean popular music band, active in the early 80's. 4) Locust is an alias of Perry O'Neil, who runs the progressive trance label Electronic Elements.

Read more about Locust on Last.fm.

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Ben Folds

Benjamin Scott Folds (born September 12, 1966, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina) is an American singer-songwriter. He is widely known for his prowess as a pianist. Ben Folds' musical career started to get off the ground in the late '80s, as bassist for band Majosha, after playing bass and piano at Pinehurst, in a group known as the "Caroliners" with cohort Millard Powers in 1985-1987; he also played drums as a session musician in Nashville. As well as appearing in Pots & Pans - now known as the Snuzz demo, as a pianist in Britt Harper Uzzell's (aka Snuzz) band.

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The Scholars

[1] THE SCHOLARS, an English indie band (2007 - present)
[2] THE SCHOLARS, a third wave ska band from Orange County, US (late 1990s) [1] - The Scholars are an English alternative rock band who live in and around the Midlands. They combine conventional indie rock with elements of new wave, pop and acoustic styles to create music that is as intricate and varied as it is accessible. www.myspace.com/thescholarsuk

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