There have been more than one band called Hidden Charms: 1 - A Swedish power pop band of the 1980's, who released at least one album, "Volume" in 1986. 2 - The Hidden Charms is a three-piece garage punk band from Muenster, Germany. Their first LP "The Square Root
of Love" was releaed on Alien Snatch in 2006.
Ministri is an alternative rock band formed in Milan, Italy in 2003. The line-up consist of Davide Autelitano (vocals, bass), Federico Dragogna (guitar, vocals) and Michele Esposito (drums).
There are two artists who go by the name Doctor. (1) A London-based grime/UK hip-hop MC, part of the South Agents crew. (2) Canadian rock band with vocalist Danny Greaves (The Watchmen) and Rob Higgins (Change of Heart, The Royals) on bass. The duo met while Higgins was subbing in for several of The Watchmen's shows. Their album High Is As High Gets, featuring the single What Makes You Think He's Lucky was released in 2004. Currently, the band appear to be on hiatus.
There are two bands called "The Romans": (1) The Romans were one of Los Angeles' first super-groups with members of the budding art/punk scene sweeping Southern California in the early 80's. With members from Human Hands, Monitor, BPeople, The Deadbeats, 45 Grave, Consumers, Tikis, the LAFMS and Green on Red, The Romans added a unique voice to the "LA Punk" movement. While the explosive chemistry of The Romans was short lived...
The debut's album of the band is called “Don’t Be a Dick”. Words of wisdom from the mouth of new teenage pop punk band Emily’s Army. Influenced by the rich East Bay music scene, Gilman Street, classic power pop, and garage rock, Emily’s Army craft heartfelt teenage anthems dealing in cautionary tales, politics, and the pressures of adolescence.
The band members have known each other for most of their lives and discovered their passion for music together.
This is a band that has set out to continue the legacy of the big names of rock'n'roll - Johnny Cash, the Cramps, Elvis, Bo Diddley, Hasil Adkins - setting to music stories of damned souls. Though not known for being an exciting country, they are indeed from Belgium, and they do indeed manage to whip up an atmosphere of wild debauchery at all their gigs. Their performances are hot and spicy, frequently involving nudity, alongside their stomping bluesy rock'n'roll tunes. You'll drink up their sound and the atmosphere to the last drop.
There are several artist go by or have gone by the name, The Factory: 1) "Why don't you come and see us play" said a group of young musicians to BRIAN CARROLL at a summer party back in 1967. The FACTORY were three boys from Surrey in England at the height of Jimi Hendrix and the whole flower power fantasy of the summer of love. Through the haze of cities covered in smoke from a generation that was expanding their minds came thousands of groups and musicians waiting for the break that would take them from a seedy club to a recording contract.