There are at least 3 groups named Majestic 12. 1) A Wu-Tang Clan affiliated R&B group consisting of producer C12 (real name Carlos Bess, who has produced for Ghostface Killah and Shabazz The Disciple) and his wife Madam Majestic who has made appearances on various Wu-Tang Clan projects. They released their debut album For Majic Eyes Only in 2006. 2) Czech electronic music duo composed of Tom
Michael Gray is a British DJ and house music producer who is signed to independent dance record label Eye Industries. He is also one half of the popular dance music production/remixing duo Full Intention. His first big hit was a house tune in the mutant disco style, called The Weekend.
The record, which similar to Junior Jack's Room 5 owed a debt to Oliver Cheatham, became a Top 10 hit in the United Kingdom when licenced through UMTV and also notched up over 20,000 plays on the radio.
Aesop Rock (born Ian Bavitz on June 5, 1976) is an alternative hip hop artist/producer from Northport, New York, United States. He has released six albums: "Music for Earthworms" (1997), "Float" (1999), "Labor Days" (2001), "Bazooka Tooth" (2003), "None Shall Pass" (2007 ) and "Skelethon" (2012). He is also a member of the groups Hail Mary Mallon, The Weathermen and Two of Every Animal.
There are three bands named Spektrum. The first one is the London-based genre-busting four piece, Spektrum. With one smash debut album Enter The Spektrum released on Germany's acclaimed Playhouse imprint already tucked under their belt - which saw the birth of globally-renowned singles Breaker, Freakbox and Kinda New - Spektrum are back at last. 'Fun at The Gymkhana Club', for UKs Nonstop Recordings, features singles Horny Pony, 'May Day' and latest offering and blistering dance floor wobbler, 'Don't Be Shy.
Bob Marley & the Wailers was a reggae band created in 1974 by Bob Marley, after Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer left the precursor band, The Wailers. Bob Marley & The Wailers formed in Kingston, Jamaica and consisted of Bob Marley himself as guitarist, song writer and lead singer, Wailers Band as the backing band and the I Threes as backup vocalists. The band included the brothers Carlton Barrett and Aston "family Man" Barrett on drums and bass respectively, Junior Marvin and Al Anderson on lead guitar, Tyrone Downie and Earl "Wire" Lindo on keyboards, and Alvin "Seeco" Patterson on percussion.
Alex Peverett and Chris Gladwin are Team Doyobi. Their sound has been influenced by various forms of electronic dance music (e.g. techno, electro, acid house, italo-disco, glitch, 8bit), as well as progressive rock, krautrock, noise, free jazz, and electro-acoustic and ambient music. Gladwin and Peverett met while attending school in the Linconshire Wolds, a culturally remote area on the east coast of England, and immediately began their creative partnership.
(For the italian band of the same-but-different name, hyphenate the name and visit port-royal) Port Royal is a Swedish hip hop band creating music inspired by pop, hard rock and electronica. It consists of Breki (Qliphoth) and Seb Celia (Ferdie), two young men with more ambition than talent, yet more talent than time to create music.
Olivier Giacomotto's production and DJing career began in 1999 through work in recording studios where he learned how to use samplers, mixing desks, effects, computers and music software. From the Blues Cafe Studio in Paris to Townhouse Studios in London, Olivier worked with Robert Suhas, Magnus Fiennes, Guy Pratt, Yohad Nevo, Pete Lewis, John Themis, Bond, Lyrics, and various other famous bands, producers, studio musicians and sound engineers from the mainstream music industry.
Blizzard is an Italian Eurodance group of X-energy records. Rumors say it was built around the vocalist Lora Trish.
3 singles were released and all of them were amazing great italo-eurodance.
The first single to be released was the very succesful It's Only Love in 1995.
Then came Without You (with vocals of Sharon Linn) in 1996,
followed by Living In The Night in 1997.
All of theses hits entered the Top 20 in Spain and Italy.