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STRIKE TEAM

Strike Team formed in Nottingham in February 2008 Original Line Up; Jonnie Aggro - Vocals
Markus Trenkner- Vocals
Negi Sam - Drums
Neil Eatherington - Guitar
Ciaran Hickey - Bass A line up change in March 08 saw Sam replaced on Drums by Mogli Morris. The lineup remains unchanged although currently Jonnie is taking time out for the birth of his 1st child. The band are still giging and are soon to release their second ep in the next couple of months.

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Atlantis Awaits

Atlantis Awaits is an Australian rock/hardcore band that formed in mid 2009. Since then they've started writing and playing local shows. They just finished their debut EP and setting up tours. The band consists of Alice Jetson (vocals), Jimmy Moore (guitar), Tommy Caldwell (guitar), Steve "Tanga" Wright (bass/screams) and Robbie Allison-Young (drums).

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The Grand Majestic

The Grand Majestic, otherwise known as TGM, are an 8 piece original Funk/pop band from Brighton town! The band consists of front woman Lizzy Littlejohn, rhythm section Charlie Myers, Duncan Howlett, Andy Lynn, Dom Clare and a 3 piece brass section Damian Mclean-Brown, Ellen Campbell and Sigi Beare! They recently had the pleasure of support Carlifornia Funk legends Breakestra at Brighton's own Concorde 2 and have played other legendary venues such as Sound, Leicester Sq and The Troubadour...

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Steps

Steps were a UK pop group that achieved a series of chart singles between 1997 and 2001. Their name was based around a simple marketing gimmick: each of their music videos were choreographed, and the dance steps were included with most of their single releases. Steps formed on 7 May 1997 and disbanded on 26 December 2001. In total Steps have sold over 25 million records, including 15 million albums worldwide.

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Munich

There 4 bands with the name Munich 1: Danish indie band. Munich, formerly known as Munk, plays spectacular music and is known for their live performances in many european countries. Sounds somewhat like Low, Mogwai and Sigur R

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La Grande Sophie

La Grand Sophie, born July 18, 1969 in Thionville, is a French singer songwriter who started her career in the mid 90's alternative Parisian music scene. She grew up in Port-de-Bouc near Marseilles. She created "kitchen music," which she describes as "a mid 90's movement that sees little difference between musical activity and other daily tasks." When she was 13, she started a band with her brother and neighbor. She played the guitar.

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After The Fire

After the Fire was a British prog rock/new wave band that originally formed in 1971 in London, England. They are one of a small group of acts to be a one hit wonder in both the UK and US with entirely different songs (1979's "One Rule for You" and 1982's "Der Kommissar", respectively). The band originally formed in 1971/early 1972 with Peter Banks on keyboards, John Leach on bass and Ian Adamson on drums. The original group disbanded in December 1972. Peter went on to play keyboards for Narnia, playing alongside John Russell.

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Marmalade

A successful Scottish pop/rock group, originally called Dean Ford & the Gaylords, they released several unsuccessful singles between 1964 and 1966 before changing their name. They enjoyed their greatest success up to this point with The Beatles', "Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da" which topped the UK singles chart in January 1969. Unusually they had two bass players, and were the first Scottish group to top the UK charts. Original band members: Dean Ford (Thomas McAleese), Junior Campbell, Graham Knight, Pat Fairley and Alan Whitehead.

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Josh Groban

Joshua Winslow Groban (born in Los Angeles, CA , on February 27, 1981) is an American singer known for his mature, dusky baritone voice. His musical style ranges from classical to pop. After only one year in the theatre department at Carnegie Mellon University, his choice school, Groban left when he was offered a recording contract at Warner Bros. Records through David Foster's own 143 Records imprint.

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Fantasia Barrino

Fantasia Monique Barrino, or simply Fantasia (born June 30, 1984 in High Point, North Carolina), is an African-American rhythm and blues singer, who came to fame as the winner of the third season of the television series American Idol. In September 2005, Fantasia published her memoir (which she dictated to a freelance writer), Life is Not a Fairy Tale. In it she revealed that she is functionally illiterate.

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