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Lone Wolf

There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Lone Wolf is the alter ego of multi-instrumentalist Paul Marshall. Lone Wolf's songs are often very dark in thier themes and very murder ballad-esq. Signed to Bella Union his debut album called 'The Devil And I' is to be released on May 17th 2010. Marshall has been making waves with the music video for the first single 'Keep Your Eyes On The Road' as it is a tribut/homage to Peter Gabriel's classic 'Sledgehammer'. Peter Gabriel has seen and approved the video, as have the team at Aardman animation who worked on the original.

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Master Charger

Master Charger formed in the summer of 2006. Hailing from Nottinghamshire, UK. The band features members from the cult British death metal band Evoke, Ambient experimental sludge doomsters See it Burn and others. Initially Master Charger began life as a three piece until 2008 when they recruited a second guitarist. Influenced by a wide range of music. Fusing 70's Rock with Punk / Metal tinges and throwing in a psychedelic twist mixed with downtuned monster grooves provides an overall raw Rock N' Roll feel.

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Evil Scarecrow

Evil Scarecrow are a Parody Metal band from Nottingham, England. Their current line up is the 4th generation of crows since the band started out life in Boston, Lincolnshire at the turn of the millennium, previous line ups included Frenzy G. Spinesnap on the drums, Nemesis on bass and Hymen the Unbreakable on Keyboards. Papa Bongo distinguishes himself by having played Keyboards, Bass and Drums for the band during their metamorphosis. Evil Scarecrow are:
Dr. Rabid Hell - Vocals/Guitars
Brother Dimitri Pain - Guitars

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Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin were an English rock band originally formed in 1968 by guitarist Jimmy Page under the name "The New Yardbirds", based on Page's previous band, The Yardbirds. The band formed when Jimmy Page (guitar) recruited Robert Plant (vocals, harmonica), John Paul Jones (bass guitar, keyboards, mandolin), and John Bonham (drums). With their heavy, guitar-driven blues-rock sound, Led Zeppelin are regularly cited as one of the progenitors of heavy metal and hard rock music. However, the band's individualistic style drew from many sources and transcends any one genre.

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There are at least 3 artists known under this name: 1) Fist (originally called Axe) was one of several early NWOBHM bands who were signed to MCA records at about the same time (others in this group were Quartz, Tygers Of Pan Tang, and White Spirit). Their sound wasn't too different from their contemporaries, with the exception being they had a slightly more melodic feel to their songs. Two albums were released, and like many other NWOBHM bands, they faded away soon after, disbanding in 1984.

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There are three artists with the name Savage: 1) 80's Italian disco singer Savage 2) a New Zealand rapper, and 3) New Wave Of British Heavy Metal band Savage 4) Hungarian Dj Savage 1) SAVAGE is an artistic pseudonym of Roberto Zanetti (born in 1956) - the composer, vocalist, producer and also businessman all in one person. His debut on the artistic scene took place in the end of '70s. when he was part of the group called Santarosa (one of the most famous track by this group was "Souvenir"). From the early '80s he decided to pursue his solo career.

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Gaskin's harmonized melodic vocal style set them apart from many their NWOBHM contemporaries, with their style being a bit more refined than the rough riffing associated with early 80's Brit metal. With the standout opening track "Sweet Dream Maker", the End Of The World debut ranks as the better of the two albums released before falling by the wayside alongside many other bands of the time. Many years later, founder/namesake Paul Gaskin recruited a new lineup and released Stand Or Fall in 2000, which coincided with their appearance at Wacken 2000.

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Blue Murder

There is more than one artist with this name: 1) British hardrock band
2) Dutch guitarpop band
3) British folk group

1) Blue Murder was the hard rock brainchild of ex-Whitesnake and Thin Lizzy guitarist John Sykes. The original 1988 lineup of the band, also included ex-The Firm bass player Tony Franklin and drummer Cozy Powell (although he was almost immediately replaced by Carmine Appice). Ray Gillen was also briefly in the 1988 line-up before Sykes decided to take the vocal duties himself in addition to guitar.

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