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Daddy G

Daddy G (born Grantley Marshall, 21 January 1965, Bristol, UK) is an English musician, and a founding member of the band, Massive Attack.
Marshall joined the bristol music scene as a member of the sound system The Wild Bunch in the 1980s, which included two other Massive Attack members, Robert Del Naja and Andrew Vowles. In 1986, The Wild Bunch disbanded. Del Naja, Vowles, and Marshall then formed the trip-hop group Massive Attack, which is considered to be the first and definitive group in the trip-hop genre.

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Tackhead

Tackhead started as an experimental collaboration between producer Adrian Sherwood and musicians Skip McDonald (guitars), Doug Wimbish (bass), and Keith LeBlanc(drums). In the early 1980's Wimbish, McDonald, and Leblanc were the Sugarhill Records house band, providing backing for, amongst others, the Sugarhill Gang , Grandmaster Flash and Melle Mel. After the demise of Sugarhill the three musicians continued to work on various projects including recordings for Tom Silverman's Tommy Boy label.

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Hollie Cook

Hollie Cook was born and bred in West London in a household dominated by music. She gravitated to the sounds of Marc Bolan, David Bowie and The Cure. With Sex Pistol Paul Cook as her dad, music was always around. Entering professional acting, singing and modelling at a young age; Hollie soon rejected her performance arts schooling for a musical path truer to her influences. Family friend and Slits singer Ari Up persuaded Hollie to sing backing vocals for a new EP Revenge Of The Killer Slits, which she followed by ditching school to join the band on a six week tour.

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Tarantism

Two bands share this name. One is a Seattle noise music act, the other is a Glastonbury fusion act.

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Otaku

There are 4 bands with the name Otaku. Otaku (1) A rock/punk band from West Lothian in Scotland.Band members-
Andy Faulkner
Iain McClafferty
Dave Wright Otaku (2) Ralph Lawson, DJ had two Otaku releases for Soma. For the first Otaku release Ralph was joined by Fraser Brydson, creating "Percussion Obsession" 1993-2003 Otaku (3) released UK trance/house track "The Message" on Outrageous Recordings in 1998

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U Brown

Huford Brown aka U Brown is a born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1956. He discovered Jamaican music by visiting local bars near the Treasure Isle studio with his father. He began mixing at the age of 15 for Philip Monroe at Sound Of Music. He became well known from his early hits such as ''Wet Up Your Pants Foot'' and ''Jah Jah Whip Them''. In 1975, he recorded his first album ''Satta Dread," which was released in Jamaica and England.

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Andy Rantzen

Andrew Rantzen is a Sydney-based electronic recording artist and writer. Trained as a psychologist, he has been lecturer and tutor at the University of Sydney. He is most well-known as part of the duo Itch-E and Scratch-E along with Paul Mac (Boo Boo & Mace is another alias for the same duo). He has produced remixes for Severed Heads, INXS and The Wiggles, and has done soundtrack work for the film Sample People. He also records with the Pelican Daughters. In 2001 he released his first solo LP, Blue Hour.

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