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Gothic Rock

69 Eyes

The 69 Eyes music was described as mix of the gloominess of gothic rock with guitar-powered rock'n'roll.[3] Their music is influenced by other artists such as The Doors, Elvis Presley, Guns 'N' Roses, Billy Idol, The Lords of the New Church, The Misfits and The Sisters of Mercy. [4] The term "goth'n'roll" was used to describe their style. Formed in Helsinki, Finland in September 1989 the band originally played glam metal inspired music. But by 1997, the band began to take more influence from gothic rock, horror punk, and gothic metal and signed to the European Roadrunner Records.

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The Ghost of Lemora

Formed in London in 2001, The Ghost of Lemora have risen to the top of the pile in UK alternative scene with a heady mix of glam, post-punk and dark rock. Since their debut album, "Reach For The Ground", in 2004. The band have built a sizable following with headline slots at Camden Underworld, The Spitz, and countless venues across the country. Support slots include The Damned, The Gathering, Clan of Xymox and labelmates Inkubus Sukkubus. "Dread the Day" and "To the Gods that Walk Amongst Us" proved to be huge dancefloor hits in Germany which led to successful European live dates.

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Scream Silence

Scream Silence is a dark rock band that was founded in Germany in 1998.
In 1999, their first album To die for was music magazine Orkus's album of the month. With the success of the first album, Scream Silence could go on tours with bands like Christian Death and Dreadful Shadows. Two years later, in 2001, the successor The 2nd, climbed up to be the number 1 in all European charts. On the subsequent tour they were the main band and they played in Wave-Gotik-Treffen.

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Ghoul

There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Ghoul is a thrash metal band formed in United States of America (Oakland, California) in 2001. Official Website
Official Myspace 2) Ghoul was a legendary punk/hardcore band from Japan. Please change your tags to GHOUL for this specific band. Ghoul formed in the mid 80's and were active until their front man Masami formed another band called Sqwad in early 90s, and soon after that he died.

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Plans & Apologies

Plans & Apologies are an indie pop group from derby, england. They released their debut album "Torn Out Pages From the Middle Agez" on artists against success in January 2003. This was followed by "The Tree Dee Pee EP" in April 2005. The band have seven members, resulting in a richly-layered guitar pop sound on many of their songs. The NME has described them as combining 'gorgeous lo-fi pop' and 'mental, near-metal riffage'.

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Lowlife

There is more than one band with this name. 1. Lowlife was a Scottish post-punk/dream pop band, active from 1985 to 1997. Although never obtaining mainstream popularity, they developed a cult following that continues to this day. Early years: Pre-Lowlife Dead Neighbours was an early-1980s psychobilly band from Grangemouth, Scotland, originally consisting of Craig Lorentson (vocals), David Steel (bass), Ronnie Buchanan (guitar) , and Grant McDowall (drums).

Read more about Lowlife on Last.fm.

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The Wreckery

THE WRECKERY are a Melbourne based formed by Hugo Race and Ed Clayton-Jones on their return home from tenure with Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds in Europe and the U.S.A. Robin Casinader joined on drums having played with Hugo and Ed in the art punk outfit Plays with Marionettes. Nick Barker and Charles Todd finished the line up on bass and sax respectively. THE WRECKERY were a big hit on the live circuit and had a large and loyal following.

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