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Crane

There are at least six artists called Crane: 1. A Canadian melodic punk/hardcore band who formed in 1999 and released their debut full-length, The Fall of Time, on Freedumb Records in 2004. The album also gained a UK release in 2006 courtesy of Hangmans Joke.
2. A band from Ashington, England who plied a brand of shoe-gazerish/fugazi-like indie rock in the early 1990s. Their Big Sea 12" can be downloaded from the wonderful X-Ray Barbecue archive:

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Leatherface

There is more than one artist with this name, a British punk band and a New Zealand thrash band. 1) Named after the The Texas Chainsaw Massacre villain, Leatherface is a relatively obscure but critically acclaimed British punk band from Sunderland fronted by Frankie Stubbs. Formed in August 1988, they have released eight full-length albums so far. Their music has been described as a cross between Hüsker Dü, Bad Religion and Motörhead, a notable element being Stubbs' rasping, "gravelly" vocals. The lyrics of the band often feature far-fetched similes, metaphors, wordplay and obscure allusions.

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Retrograde

Over the last six years Vancouver’s retrograde has released three discs, toured the country over a dozen times supporting some of the nation’s biggest acts, and is now in the midst of an overdue break from the Canadian countryside. With plans to record in early 2007, the band is currently honing new songs and a new sound. retrograde’s sophomore album “This Frequency We Share” was released in Canada through MapleNationWide/Universal on September 13, 2005 and was released throughout Europe on Sweden’s Atenzia Records on October 24, 2005.

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Hellogoodbye

A lot has happened to Hellogoodbye since the Huntington Beach, California-based act released their breakthrough album Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs! back in 2006.

Over the past four years the band have parted with their old record label, retooled their lineup, released a handful of EPs and performed everywhere from the Philippines to living rooms. All of these cumulative experiences play into the band’s new album Would It Kill You? a collection of perfect pop gems that not only proves that Hellogoodbye are still relevant but affirms that if anything, they’ve sharpened their musical edge over the past few years—and looking back, the band’s frontman Forrest Kline sees the past few years as an amazing opportunity to hone his craft without pressure.

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Eighty Six

There are 3 bands called Eighty Six: 1) Eighty Six - Leeds, UK punk rock band on Bombed Out records that released an album, 2 EP's and 2 split 7" singles between 1999 and 2006. 2) Eighty Six is a pop punk / rock band from Massachusetts, United States America. www.myspace.com/eighty6 3) Eighty Six is a experimental rock / post-hardcore five-piece band from Rīga, Latvia formed in year 2009 by members with previous experience in bands as Gaserata, About Burning Ways, Insomnia, Zoltan and others.

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The Seabellies

Travelling the world for almost three years gave frontman Trent Grenell a glimpse into the beauty and variety of Europe and the world. His eyes and ears open to new possibilities, he came home to start a band... The Seabellies are the product of the transformation that happens when you leave one skin behind and discover a whole new person lurking within. The band pushes boundaries and explores musical shadow-lands, constantly seeking the new and exciting.

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You Had Me At Hello

You Had Me At Hello are from sunny Buckinghamshire. The band formed early 2006 and the line up was complete early 2007. The group of friends are currently writing lots of new songs, playing gigs around the home counties and enjoying each others company as friends as well as just “being in a band together”. They have shared stages with the likes of: We Are The Ocean, Tonight is Goodbye, Out of Sight, Jaimison, Kill the Arcade, Canterbury and Fei Comodo. Hugo Pettitt - Vocals

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