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4 Past Midnight

4 Past Midnight are a 3 piece Scottish punk band hailing from Glasgow. The current line-up sees original member and frontman Peter (Drums, Lead Vocals) joining forces with Mark (Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals) and Chris (Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals) to create a street punk sound similar to the uk82 style of punk. The band recently released thier new studio album Guilty As Charged on 28th February 2009 on STP records. In July of this year they will head out on thier first ever US tour, travelling to the east coast with The Angst. If your out there be sure to check them out.

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There is more than one artist with this name:
1) hard rock supergroup
2) hardcore punk band from Connecticut
3) hardcore punk band from Ireland
4) band
5) band
6) i don't care
7) whatever
8) jazz 1) Contraband was a short-lived super group featuring some of the biggest names in the 80's metal scene. They released just one album of good time hard rock before members went their separate ways.

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Plan Of Attack

Plan Of Attack is Australian Oi! band formed by Barry (Skint singer) from Dublin, Ireland , Glenn is from Australia and plays Lead Guitar, Viktor is originally from Czech but lived in Australia for over 40 years .
Lee is from Australia and plays Bass, Todd is also from Australia and plays drums.
Early '05 they got a line up together and started practicing. The line up then was Barry on vocals, Glenn on Guitar, Lee on Bass and Bret on Drums. First gig was in November '05 and were well received.

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U.S. Bombs

The U.S. BOMBS have been through hell. To look closely at the bands turbulent history, you would swear they had a curse on their heads. In the last year alone the band has suffered some lethal blows (fist fights and band break-ups) and broken hearts (the loss of childhood friends and loved ones) that should have ended them.
When the U.S. BOMBS started playing, they would play gigs wherever they could plug-in.

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1. from los angeles. 2. There are several bands having gone by the name "Badlands", the most famous being the late '80s hard rock band formed by former Black Sabbath vocalist Ray Gillen. Badlands was a short-lived rock band founded by Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Jake E. Lee and Black Sabbath members Ray Gillen and Eric Singer. Badlands also featured bassist Greg Chaisson. After the first Badlands album, Eric Singer was replaced by Jeff Martin. Eric Singer later played drums on the Greg Chaisson solo album It’s About Time.

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Abrasive Wheels

The Abrasive Wheels were by far the biggest punk band from the Leeds area, who specialised in the sort of massive rowdy choruses that could put an ear-to-ear smile on the face of a dead man. Like so many of those intense bands of the time, their fire burnt brightly for just a relatively short time, but the shadows it cast, and the colourful musical legacy they bestowed the punk scene, were both important and influential.

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There are 4 Bands named "Subculture". The first one is an hardcore punk band from North Carolina, USA. They released one LP called "I heard a Scream" in 1985 on No Core Records/Fartblossom Enterprises.
The second on is an Oi! band from the UK. They released their "Loud and Clear" 7 inch in 1983 on Essential Recods. The UK Subculture also appeared on the Oi!Oi! That's yer lot! compilation. Captain Oi! re-issued (all) UK Subculture Material on a Split with A.B.H. in 1998.

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