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Fields

There are at least 5 bands named Fields: 1) Fields were an Anglo-Icelandic electronic/indie band formed in London comprising Nick Peill (Vocals/Acoustic Guitar/Keyboards), Þórunn Antonía (Vocals/Keyboards/Synths), Henry Spenner (Vocals/Drums), Matty Derham (Bass Guitar) and Jamie Putnam (Electric Guitar). In early 2006 the band played their first live shows. This sparked a furious bidding war amongst UK record companies. They eventually signed a unique deal with Atlantic Records which allows them to keep releasing records through their own Black Lab Records set-up as well as Atlantic.

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Avalanche

There are 16 bands under the name Avalanche. 1.) Avalanche is Polish rock band. In this band plays: Bartosz Słatyński (vocal / guitar / fiddle), Michał Gołuchowski (bass), Tomek Gołuchowski (guitars), Sebastian Boba (drums). They have released 1 record: "Połączenie" in 2006. 2.) Avalanche is also a Norwegian popduo.
Kirsti Johansen (lead vocals / backing vocals), Kjetil Roesnes (Lead vocals / keyboards / guitars / programmings). They have released 2 albums: Avalanche (1990) and Westbound (1992). They are now recording their new AVALANCHE album, planned to be released 2006.

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Monument

There are several bands by the name Monument. 1) Monument are Washington, D.C. based Twinkle Daddies. Founded in 2006, Monument combines the sounds of American Football, Braid, and the like culminating in a badass concoction of complex guitar and unique vocals. Their shows are really really loud. More info can be found at their Myspace profile: http://www.myspace.com/monumentisaband 2) More than an independent band, MONUMENT are an offshoot of British hard rock band ZIOR, who released two albums in the early Seventies.

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LeSoir

Lesoir Lesoir began as a project of 5 befriended musicians who had gained valuable previous experience in other bands. It was when this group toured together through England in June 2009, that their desire came to combine their creativity and form a new band. From that point on, the 5 members have played intensively in different cities in order to stay creative and productive. During these sessions in Maastricht, Amsterdam and Leuven...

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Agora

Agora is a name that has been used at least three times. (1) Jazz-rock band from Italy. (2) Progressive metal band from Mexico. (3) Ethnic/Folklore/Tarantella band from Italy (Calabria). Agora (1) released two albums, Live in Montreux (1975) and 2 (1976). Agora (2) released two albums in their carreer, Zona de silencio (2005) and Segundo pasado. Agor

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Anthony Moore

Having studied Indian classical music with Viram Jasani in 1969, Anthony Moore composed his first movie soundtrack for David Larcher's "Mare's Tale". It involved extensive use of magnetic tape (time/pitch shifts, layering, splicing, loops, feedback). Since then he has created a number of soundtracks for European, independent movies, many of which have won international awards. In 1970 he moved to Hamburg where Polygram recorded three albums of his work, "Pieces from the Cloudland Ballroom", "Secrets of the Blue Bag" and "Reed, Whistle & Sticks", for voices, strings, woodwind and percussion.

Read more about Anthony Moore on Last.fm.

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Procession

There are at least four bands with the name Procession: 1) Formed in 2006 by Felipe Plaza and Daniel Perez in Chile's cultural heart, the coastal city of Valparaiso, they follow the path of tradition, laid out by the masters BLACK SABBATH, CANDLEMASS and SAINT VITUS without mercy, without compromise. Their songs are fully based in the ancient tradition of heavy metal, where just drums, bass, guitar and vocals are necessary to give such an impact full of melodies, demolishing riffs and epic lyrics of kingdoms destroyed, frustration, anguish, anger and despair.

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