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As Diabatz

During summertime in 2006, three south brazilian girls have noticed that it was about time to start an all-girl band in the Brazil's Psychobilly scene. Inspired by the 80's classic psycho bands, they started to play their own simple & raw songs, willing to transmit this disease that Psychobily is all about. "The Brazilian psycho scene spawned a luscious rarity in 2006, when three ladies stirred up their own twist on the original style from the early eighties.

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The Mutton Birds

The Mutton Birds was formed in 1991 in New Zealand, by Don McGlashan, formerly of Blam Blam Blam (guitar, vocals and euphonium), Ross Burge (drums), David Long (guitar) and Alan Gregg (bass guitar). They scored several hits in New Zealand, including "Nature", "Dominion Road", "Your Window", "Anchor Me" and Blue Öyster Cult's "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" which was featured in the movie "The Frighteners" directed by Peter Jackson.

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Brilliant Corners

The Brilliant Corners
(England) Bristol
List of songs Bristol pop band consisting of Bob Morris (drums), Chris Calvin (bass) and David Woodward (vocals and guitars) plus various others during their ten years of existence. David is Experiemental Pop Group nowadays.
Many of the oldies on this list would probably tell you the band was often brilliant ("Somebody Up There Likes Me" is regarded by at least a few of us as one of the best indiepop albums ever made), but had their moments of poo-wallowing as well (1990's "Hooked" LP is surely one of the worst...

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The Houghton Weavers

The Houghton Weavers are an English folk music band formed in 1975 in Westhoughton, in the borough of Bolton in Lancashire, England. The current three band members are David Littler (acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin, banjo-ukulele, bouzouki, piano accordion and vocals), Steve Millington (bass guitar, keyboards, acoustic guitar, piano accordion and vocals) and Tony Berry (lead vocalist). David Littler and Tony Berry are both founder members of the band, whilst Steve Millington joined in 1996.

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Jeremiah Clarke

Jeremiah Clarke (c. 1674-1st December 1707) was an English baroque composer. Thought to have been born in London in 1674, Clarke was a pupil of John Blow at St Paul's Cathedral. He later became organist at the Chapel Royal. "A violent and hopeless passion for a very beautiful lady of a rank superior to his own" caused him to commit suicide by shooting himself. He was succeeded in his post by William Croft.

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