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There are at least three bands sharing the name Bleach Boys:
1. A surf punk band from Denton, Texas, United States
2. A punk band from London and South East, United Kingdom
3. An Oi! band from Haute-Normandie, France 1. The surf punk band.
Website: http://www.myspace.com/bleachboystx 2. The punk band.
Formed in Hitchin 1977 and originally called the Fur Coughs. Their music is described by themselves as:
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Italian horror-themed deathcore band
1) Solo punk project of Vinnie Stigma from Agnostic Front
3) Thrash metal band from the Netherlands
4) Female-fronted death metal band from the Czech Republic
5) German alternative rock band
6) Alternative rock band from Finland
7) Romanian pop-rock band
8) Anarcho-punk band featured on some Mortarhate Records compilations
9) Hungarian hip-hop artist
There are two groups that go by Baton Rouge: 1. Baton Rouge is 4/5ths of Daïtro. New LP released in 2011 called Fragments d'eux mêmes, out now on Purepainsuger and Bakery Outlet.
2. Baton Rouge was a melodic hard rock band with heavy blues overtones not that far removed from early Whitesnake and Tangier.
The band originally formed in Louisiana as Voices and consisted of Kelly Keeling (guitar and keyboards), Lance Bulen (vocals), Keith Harrison (bass) and Harold Knappenburger (drums).
Sandrine Piau (b. 5 June 1965 in Issy-les-Moulineaux, France) is an opera soprano. Trained as a harpist, she studied voice at the Collège Lamartine and the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique du Paris. She is best known for her roles in Baroque opera, having worked with William Christie at the Festival international d'Art Lyrique at Aix-en-Provence. She has since collaborated with many of the leading European conductors of the Baroque revival, including Marc Minkowski, Philippe Herreweghe, Paul McCreesh, Alan Curtis, Ton Koopman, Christophe Rousset, René Jacobs, and Fabio Biondi.
Several bands go by the name The Plague: 1) 1960's garageband from Canada, known for the song 'face of time'. 2) 1970's Art/Rock band from New Zealand: In 1977 Richard von Sturmer returned from England, according to The Mechanics Of Popular Music "charged with the new punk movement that flourished there. He assembled a troupe of 'actors' and they rehearsed a series of theatre/music pieces revolving around his poetry and showmanship. The called themselves The Plague." They used material from Inside Information; songs such as Frank Gill's An Idiot and Private Property.
There are atleast two bands, past and present, known as Aguirre: Present: A sludge/crust band from Bordeaux, France. Recently they relased a full length "Calvaire" through BlindDateRecords. Past: Aguirre was a band from Buenos Aires, Argentina. The line-up included MARCELO MOURA in keyboards, Mario Serra in drums and Pablo Tapia in vocals.
MARCELO MOURA, formerly from the band Virus, created Aguirre in 1989 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Gabriel Stebbing's new project takes inspiration from Whitest Boy Alive, Prefab Sprout and Prince and takes you on a conceptual voyage through societies destructive misgivings. Sound a bit too deep? Well fear not, as it’s a record that we guarantee you’ll be playing throughout the long summer nights ahead when the party hits full swing. His debut album will be out at the end of this year.