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The Playground

The Playground is what For Our Hero was formerly called before getting more members. They have several videos on YouTube, of songs they never released, and performances on Australian TV shows and Syn Radio.

The Playground on Last.fm.

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The Eyes

There are at least 3 bands sharing the name The Eyes. 1) In 1965 and 1966, the Eyes released a clutch of singles that stand up to the Who's work from the same era in their blend of extremely innovative guitar feedback/distortion and anthemic mod songwriting. "When the Night Falls," "The Immediate Pleasure," "I'm Rowed Out," "You're Too Much," and the dry "My Generation" satire "My Degeneration" are revered highly by British Invasion collectors. The bursts of electronic mayhem were quite advanced for the time, though like the Who they had hooks and harmonies to counterpoint the madness.

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Design

There is more than one artist with this name: 1. A Belgian minimal/synthpop band. 2. A British sunshine pop band who released several albums in the 1970's, a self-titled one in 1971 and "Tomorrow Is So Far Away" in 1972.

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The Oracle

The Oracle is a narrative, epic, progressive atmospheric metal band with black/ambient undertones, from Georgetown, Ontario. Formed in early 2006, as a Progressive rock/metal outfit, the Oracle has evolved and explored many genres through its brief career, ranging from progressive, expressionist, neo-romantic, ambient and electronic soundscapes to brutal death and black metal atmospheres. The full-length conceptual album, Tragedy in Twilight: The Apotheosis of the Mad, was fully recorded at Limehouse Sound Studios.

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The Outsiders

There are several artists named The Outsiders (11 are mentioned here): (1) The Outsiders were a sixties beat band from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Formed in 1960 as a neighbourhood band from Amsterdam East, The Outsiders became one of the most succesful Dutch groups of the 1960s. They made some lastingly great records and never recorded anyone else's material, with singer Wally Tax writing the lyrics and guitarist Ron Splinter the music for nearly all of the twelve 45s and three LPs they made.

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