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Redrum

There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Redrum - (often stylized as REDRUM) is a Japanese indie/shoegaze rock band who formed in 1996 with the decisive goal of becoming a band similar to Portishead for Japan. The members of the band consist of Yumi (vocals), Tsuyoshi (guitar) and Kazi (drums). The role of bassist officially changed two times and was helmed primarily by Soto who joined the band early on and stayed until his departure in December 2004. Their catalogue of works consists of only a few proper albums, several mini albums and maxi singles.

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Ten Typ Mes

Ten Typ Mes, also known as Mes (real name Piotr Szmidt) is a Polish artist born in 1982 in Warsaw, Poland. He started out his musical career as a member of Flexxip, at first a four member band and later on only Mes and Emil Blef. His first appearances on productions are connected to "Muzyka Klasyczna" by Pezet, "Al-hub" by Red and vinyl compilations where he appeared with Flexxip and 2cztery7. An important moment in his career was an appearance on Kodex by Magiera and L.A. together with Emil Blef (as Flexxip) and Pezet.

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Boo

There are various artists, called 'Boo' or BOO! :

An Alt Rock band from South Africa, a rap trio from Detroit and a Czech-Austrian alternative rock band Boo (without exclamation mark). Boo is also a ‘monky punk’ band from South-Africa. The album ‘Shooting Star’ is from the South-African band. Boo is also the alias of a promising young MC/producer from Moscow (Russia), who has so far made his name through guest appearance on a smash radio hit “Expensive Love” (“Dorogaya Lubov’”) also featuring Loc (fellow rapper of T.

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Daz Dillinger

Daz Dillinger (AKA Dat Nigga Daz), (born Delmar Arnaud on May 25, 1973 in Long Beach, California), is an American record producer and rapper mostly known for his work with Death Row Records at the height of West Coast rap's popularity. Dillinger, like many of his peers, signed record deals with Death Row after being introduced to Dr. Dre by Warren G just as Dre began recording his seminal 1992 album, The Chronic.

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Emerge

At least two artists share this name: 1) Emerge is a Post-Mathcore band from Tasmania, Australia. They have realesed two over-hyped demos, 'Untitled' and 'Controller'. They are currenly working on the release of their first E.P. titled A Pending Disaster, set for release mid-October. Tracks include 'Untitled', 'Contoller', 'Elendil Hobson-Naumann (The Edge Song)' and 'Matt Garwood (Where's Our Vocal Demo?)'. There has been alot of hype surronding the band. Which has in some cases led drummer Tim Bezemer to grow a larger than normal head.

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