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Wen

1. Wen is a UK dubstep/bass/grime producer https://soundcloud.com/w3n 2. Wen is Spanish dance act produced by Ramon, Xavier Galvis and Daniel Romero.
Wen released the singles "Ni Tu Ni Nadie", "(Sienteme) Feel Me Now", and "I Want To Kiss You".
Label: Moder Music 3. Wen is a techno minimal project produced by Benjamin Brunn and Dave Wheels.
They released the EP single "I Want You"

Read more about Wen on Last.fm.

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Gavin Harrison

A psychologist of rhythm no less, born in Harrow, North London; Harrison's early influences stem from his father's jazz collection. Besides playing on records by Kevin Ayers, [Lisa Stansfield, and Iggy Pop, Harrison produced two books, Rhythmic Illusions and Rhythmic Perspectives, and replaced Chris Maitland in Porcupine Tree. Most recently he has joined King Crimson.

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Dark Quarterer

The original group was formed in 1974 in Piombino and was called "Omega erre". Eight years of playing cover followed with no concerts or performances, but a continuous effort to capture the sounds and colours of the hard and progressive rock of those years.
It was an absolute imperative for the band to reproduce the songs faithfully - they played dozens of covers of Black Sabbath, Thin Lizzy, Iron Maiden, Krokus, Grand Funk Railroad, Led Zeppelin, Uriah Heep, Gentle Giant, Genesis...

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Hue and Cry

From wikipedia.org Hue and Cry is a pop group formed in 1983 in Coatbridge, Scotland by brothers Pat Kane (vocals) and Greg Kane (keyboards). They had a number of modest hits in the UK singles chart in the late 1980s, and early 1990s, and have released eleven albums from 1987 to date, selling over two million copies worldwide.

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Jimmy Buffett

Jimmy Buffett (born December 25, 1946 in Pascagoula, Mississippi, United States) is a singer/songwriter, best known for his "island escapism" lifestyle and music including hits such as "Margaritaville" and "Come Monday". He has a rabid, but genial, cult following known as "Parrotheads." They call the youngest members "Parakeets." Buffett has written three No. 1 best sellers. Tales from Margaritaville and Where Is Joe Merchant? both spent over seven months on the New York Times Best Seller fiction list.

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Rozalla

Rozalla (born Rozalla Miller on March 18, 1964 in Ndola, Zambia) is a female Pop/Soul/Dance music performer from Zimbabwe. She is best known for her 1991 hit Everybody's Free (To Feel Good). Her subsequent club success has earned her the title "Queen of Rave". Rozalla first came on the scene in the 1980s in Zimbabwe, the country she had moved to from her birth country. Her singles charted well in the area and english producer Christopher Sergeant took her to London in 1988. She later started living there and Christopher became her manager.

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Tina Arena

Tina Arena (born Filippina Lydia Arena on 1 November 1967, in Melbourne, Australia) is an Australian singer and songwriter. Her career began at the age of seven when she was selected as a regular performer for the music television program Young Talent Time. As a child Arena attracted attention for the power of her voice, which was considered remarkable for such a young child. She was born to Italian parents and has a sister, Nancy (born 1961). Often billed as "Tiny Tina Arena", she was seen on weekly television singing and dancing the current pop hits.

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Lit

Lit is a post-grunge band, based in Fullerton, California, United States. They had several hits singles in the 1990s and early 2000s including My Own Worst Enemy, Miserable, Zip-Lock, Over My Head, Lipstick and Bruises, Addicted, Looks Like They Were Right and Times Like This. The band was formed in 1990 as a metal-oriented band, under the name "Razzle", and gained a large following. A few years later, the group changed its name to "Stain", but due to another band owning the name, it changed its name to "Lit" in 1996.

Read more about Lit on Last.fm.

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