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The Authorities

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(original name: The Defectors) Stockton
1978-1986 members: Brian Thalken, guitar
Nick Kappos (aka Big Nick Slurb), guitar, bass
Dexter (Neil Schafer), first singer (kicked out for pulling a knife on other members)
Casey Wiss, drummer
Curt Hall, vocals
Mark Bramwell, drums (also kicked out)
Tom Anderson, drums
Moe Ron (Ron Coppetti), bass
Rondo (Ron Carson), second guitar
Dave Kambestead, drums
Tony Smith, bass
Victor Johnson, drums
Jeff Carson, guitar & vocals
Chris Isaac, tried out for band but couldn't play guitar fast enough

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OFF!

The individual roots established by Keith Morris (Black Flag/Circle Jerks), Dimitri Coats (Burning Brides), Steven McDonald (Redd Kross), and Mario Rubalcaba (Earthless/Hot Snakes/Rocket From the Crypt) are uniquely woven throughout the rock music canon. Each has challenged society's cyclical and complacent ideals in their own respective bands, and three decades on they've never strayed from their intentions.

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They Live

There are THREE bands by this name. 1) Joe Seven and Consequence
2) Hardcore band
3) Fast hardcore band from Buffalo
4) Norwegian Doom band 1) A collaboration between Joe Seven and Consequence. Their debut album is due out in March 2011 on Exit Records, titled Cancel Standard. A single, Pure Palms / Don't Know What To Say, was released in Feburary 2011 on Autonomic. 2) Drawing influence from 80's goth bands like The Cure and Joy Division...

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Descendents

Descendents are an American punk rock band from Lomita, California, USA. They are known for being one of the early bands in the hardcore punk scene to sing about more personal and comical topics reflective of their own lives. They were formed in 1978 by guitarist Frank Navetta (RIP) , bassist Tony Lombardo and drummer Bill Stevenson. Shortly after forming they enlisted Milo Aukerman and made what started out a surf band into a full fledged punk unit.

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Infectious Grooves

Infectious Grooves (n., in-fek-shus groovz) are a funk metal band led by Suicidal Tendencies frontman Mike Muir. It also featured ex-Suicidal Tendencies, now Metallica, bassist Robert Trujillo, and ex-Jane's Addiction drummer Stephen Perkins. Though Muir's sense of humor was often obvious with Suicidal Tendencies, Infectious Grooves often brought out a goofier type of humor: their albums contain comedy skits by a reptilian lover named Sarsippius. The band can be seen (and heard) performing as the prom band in the 1992 Pauly Shore film Encino Man

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Ansia

There is more than one artist with this name. 1) Mexican independent band, dark sounds, deep lyrics, great voice. 2) Ansia project was born in Italy due to the will of finding new sounds into the doom scene. The lineup started with Ruben (drums), Steven (guitars) and Ethere (vocals, bass, synth). In the spring of 2006 they begun working in their music, and after a few months the songs I, II, and III were finished, then mixed by Alessio Fagrelli (ex-session keyboards for Deinonychus), who also plays piano on the song I.

Read more about Ansia on Last.fm.

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Spoonfed

There at two band with the name Spoonfed: 1) Spoonfed are a mid-paced Dystopia worshiping punk band hailing from Sydney, Australia with previous members of Pure Evil Trio, Crux, Doss, Scum System Kill..etc. 2) Spoonfed was essentially an Emily (that's emiLy) side project. Here is the "Brief History of Spoonfed" that came in the booklet which accompanied the self-titled tape: Spoonfed began as an excuse for me to play the songs I had written on guitar instead of trying to teach the guitar parts to Joe and using them as emiLy songs.

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