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Goodbye Pluto

Stop Press Goodbye Pluto announce that they have their very first track available to download from mrsvee records. The Hum is available on a compilation of mrsvee artists from http://www.mrsvee.co.uk/manifesto/download.php An EP from Goodbye Pluto will be released on mrsvee in 2009. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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The Movielife

The Movielife was a pop-punk band from Baldwin, New York (Long Island). Formed in 1997, the band put out its first full-length, It's Go Time, in 1999 on Fadeaway Records. By this point, the classic lineup of Vinnie Caruana (vocals), Brandon Reilly (guitar), Alex Amiruddin (guitar), Phil Navetta (bass) and Evan Baken (drums) had coalesced. The band built up a strong local following on the strength the album and their live show, and soon jumped to Revelation Records, releasing This Time Next Year in 2000.

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Stray

1. Stray are a UK rock band that formed in 1966. Vocalist Steve Gadd, guitarist Del Bromham, bass player Gary Giles and drummer Steve Crutchley formed the group whilst all were attending the local Christopher Wren School in London. They signed to Transatlantic Records in January 1970, delivering eight albums in seven years for the label. Iron Maiden covered 'All In Your Mind' on their single 'Holy Smoke'.

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The Orchestra

With a pedigree that stretches back over many years, with roots reaching to the 70's and 80's with Electric Light Orchestra, the 90's with Electric Light Orchestra Part II and from
2000 to the present as The Orchestra, heralding a continuing era of unparalleled symphonic rock! Following Bev Bevan's retirement at the end of 1999 and their triumphant sell-out concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall and Manchester's Bridgewater Hall, Mik Kaminski, Louis Clark, Kelly Groucutt, Eric Troyer, Parthenon Huxley and the latest recruit Gordon Townsend regrouped as The Orchestra.

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FM

There are at least 5 known projects going by the name FM: 1) FM UK - FM are a melodic rock band formed in 1984. Line-up: Steve Overland - Vocals & Guitar / Merv Goldsworthy - Bass / Pete Jupp - Drums / Jem Davis - Keyboards / Jim Kirkpatrick - Guitar Click here for FM's official website - http://www.fmofficial.com
Click here for FM on YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/FMofficialTV
Click here for FM on Twitter - http://twitter.com/FMofficial

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Touchstone

There are multiple bands named Touchstone:
1. One of the forerunners of the traditional Irish music craze in the USA, formed in Chapel Hill, NC in 1979. 2. A modern Progressive Rock band from England. [1] Called “the most compelling sound in Irish music”, Touchstone combined the subtle mysticism & driving energy of traditional Irish songs and tunes with the earthy exuberance of old-timey American country music and the relentless thrust of rock and roll.

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Brazen

More than one Brazen around as you would expect. 1. A grime MC from London, associated with Roll Deep .
myspace profile 2. A female three-piece Celtic band based in New Zealand.
NZ Brazen website 3. A Swiss progessive pop-rock band
website 4. An English teenage punk-rock band see here 5. A death-grind band based in Matane, Qc., formed in 1995. They released one demo tape, Nightmare, in 1997. The band has split.
website 6. A house-act which recently made a remix of Toto's Africa.

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Gordon Giltrap

Gordon Giltrap (born 6 April, 1948) is a British virtuoso acoustic and electric guitarist and composer, whose music can be categorised into folk, blues, folk rock, and classical, amongst others.
Giltrap learned guitar at the age of twelve, having received no other training, and hence developed his own style and technique. He has played alongside such other artists as Bert Jansch, John Renbourn and Mike Oldfield. Gordon's music is largely instrumental, particularly that written as part of the Gordon Giltrap Band.

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Disperse

1. A polish progressive rock/metal band. In December 2007 Marcin Kicyk, Jakub Żytecki and Rafal Biernacki met to form a band called DISPERSE. Fascination with artrock, fusion, metal and jazz contributed to setting the project music of which would abstract from common musical patterns and advance listeners’ imagination. During the first half a year of its existence, the band makes four songs and in March Szymon Balicki, drums, joins the band.

Read more about Disperse on Last.fm.

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