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G.O.D

G.O.D. or Groove Over Doses is a K-pop/Korean pop music group currently on hiatus formerly under JYP Entertainment. One of the few groups to have sold more than a million copies (Lies & Road) in Kpop.

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Trixter

There are two artists called Trixter. One is a rock band from New Jersey (1) , the other a songwriter from the UK (2). 1. Trixter is an American hard rock band from Paramus, New Jersey. The band achieved moderate success in the early 1990s but disbanded for several years as 80s style rock lost mainstream popularity. The original members reunited in 2008 to tour and record new material. 2. Trixter is a songwriter/performer of experimental electronic music who has worked with a number of well-known pop acts in the 2000s.

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Keith Urban

Keith Lionel Urban (born 26 October 1967) is a New Zealand-born country music singer, songwriter and guitarist whose commercial success has been mainly in the United States and Australia. Originally the front man for The Ranch, a three-piece group that released one album in 1997 to critical acclaim, Urban disbanded the group to pursue a solo career. In 2004 his album "Be Here" was nominated for best country album at the Grammy Awards and at the Academy of Country Music Awards.

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Kenny

There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Kenny was the name used by Irish singer Tony Kenny who had two Top 40 hits in the UK in 1973 (Heart Of Stone and Give It To Me Now). 2) Kenny were a UK vocal/instrumental group who hit the UK charts during 1974/5. Their biggest hit, The Bump, featured vocals by Barry Palmer; other hits included Fancy Pants and Julie Anne. 3) Kenny is a german Rap-Crew from Hamburg/Germany which consist of Falk Hogan, Pat Cash and DJ Strip-Teaz. 4) Kenny is a Gaithersburg punk who makes solo music and also plays in the band TIIIMMMBBBEERRRRR

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Super Junior

Super Junior (Korean: 슈퍼주니어), also known as simply SJ or SuJu (Korean: 슈주), is a (currently) eight-member South Korean boy band formed by SM Entertainment in 2005, masterminded by Lee Soo Man. The group's current members are: 강인 (Kangin), 신동 (Shindong), 성민 (Sungmin), 은혁 (Eunhyuk), 시원 (Siwon), 동해 (Donghae), 려욱 (Ryeowook), 규현 (Kyuhyun) and 희철 (Heechul) who has recently returned from military service in 2013. Two additional members who are members of sub-unit Super Junior M only are: 周觅 (Zhou Mi) and Henry (헨리).

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Let Loose

There's more than one artist called Let Loose. One of them are four musicians from Berlin, Germany. They play hard rock/ metal music. The other band called Let Loose was a highly successful 1990's British Pop/Rock trio, but often lumped in with the boy bands of the time due to their huge mainstream popularity and appearances in teenage magazines such as Smash Hits. The band consisted of Richie Wermerling (vocals/keyboards), Rob Jeffrey (guitar) and Lee Murray (drums). They are best remembered for their hit "Crazy For You" which hit No.

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SugarComa

1) Formed in 1999 when Jess "stole" Claire from former band Little Green Pants The first 3 songs ever written by SugarComa are 'Bed of Dolls', 'Boy in Chains' (now known as Zero Star) and 'Heartworm'. These went on to be Coma classics. After a couple of other songs were written, the band recorded an amateur-sounding demo tape in the St Edwards school studio. The bands first proper gig took place at The Walthamstow Standard, supporting a Metallica tribute act.

Read more about SugarComa on Last.fm.

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