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The Sweat

The Sweat was a power-pop outfit from Belfast, North Ireland in the late 1970s and early 80s. They're perhaps best known for their single "Why Did You Have to Lie" from their LP No More Running. The group was originally called No Sweat before being sued by Pete Townsend's Eel Pie Record label who promoted a group of the same name.

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Gwyneth Paltrow

Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow sang in the movies "Duets" (2000), "Country Strong" (2010), and on the television episodes "The Substitute", "Sexy" and "A Night of Neqlect" of Glee (2010 and 2011). "Duets" spawned two hit singles in Australia, with Gwyneth Paltrow and Huey Lewis` "Cruisin'" spending two weeks at #1 on the Australian singles chart, and Paltrow's "Bette Davis Eyes" peaking at #3.

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Calibro 35

Band Members
Luca "Nano" Cavina - Bass Guitar
Enrico Gabrielli - Organs and Horns
Massimo Martellotta - Electric and Lapsteel Guitar
Fabio Rondanini - Drums and Percussions
Tommaso Colliva - Sounds and Research official website: http://www.calibro35.com/
myspace: http://www.myspace.com/calibro35
Researches begun years ago, diggin’ dusty vinyl crates for obscure samples. The discovery of Italian '60s and '70s soundtracks was a crucial point; from that moment on nothing sounded as good and interesting as electrifying tracks from exploitation movies.

Read more about Calibro 35 on Last.fm.

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Tim O'Brien

Tim O'Brien (b. March 16, 1954 in Wheeling, West Virginia) is an American bluegrass, old time and celtic musician. O'Brien plays guitar, fiddle, mandolin, bouzouki and mandocello and is an accomplished vocalist. He moved to Boulder, Colorado in the 1970s and became part of the music scene there. In 1978 he founded the bluegrass group Hot Rize. Hot Rize had its own offshoot band called Red Knuckles & the Trailblazers.

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The Day Everything Became Nothing

The Day Everything Became Nothing is a Goregrind band from Melbourne, Australia. Formed in Melbourne in 2002, The Day Everything Became Nothing continues to deliver extreme percussive grind that is characterised by its dirty, muddy sound. The band's name is derived from the EP of the same name by Canadian punk rock band Nomeansno. The remarkably guttural vocals, by aid of a pitch-shifting Whammy pedal, are done by Tony Forde, of Blood Duster notoriety, but the band originally featured Kody Abrams.

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Edenbridge

Edenbridge is a band from Austria which was founded as a studio-project by guitarist/keyboardist Lanvall, bassist Kurt Bednarsky, and vocalist Sabine Edelsbacher in 1998. With the addition of drummer Roland Navratil the line-up was completed for the production of their debut album Sunrise in Eden. Current members are Sabine Edelsbacher (vocals), Lanvall (guitars, keyboards), Frank Bindig (bass), Dominik Sebastian (guitars), and Max Pointner (drums).

Read more about Edenbridge on Last.fm.

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