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Octave One

Debuting with "I Believe" on the monumental (10 Records) compilation "Techno 2: The Next Generation" (alongside Carl Craig, Marc Kinchen, and Jay Denham) in 1990. Octave One is the brainchild of the phenomenal native sons of Detroit, MI (USA), the Burden Brothers. The core unit of the band, made up of Lenny Burden and Lawrence Burden (with revolving members of Lynell, Lorne, and Lance Burden), have had the privilege of touring live and Djing throughout the world...

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Andrew Lloyd Webber

Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Baron Lloyd-Webber (born 22 March 1948) is a highly successful British composer of musical theatre. He has arguably been the most popular theatre composer of the late 20th century, with multiple showpieces which have run for more than a decade both on Broadway and in the West End. Throughout his career he has produced 16 musicals, 2 film scores, and a Latin requiem mass. He has also accumulated a number of honors, including seven Tony Awards, three Grammy Awards, an Oscar, an International Emmy, six Olivier Awards, and a Golden Globe Award.

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Longstone

Longstone is an experimental electronic band formed in Cheltenham, England, in 1996. The main band members are Mike Ward and Mike Cross. Other contributors include Chris Cundy (bass clarinet); Mr Alien (saxophone); Steve Moody (guitar, effects); Kev Fox (electronics) and Stuart Wilding (percussion).
In their own words: "Longstone exist beneath the vagaries of the pop world's glitzy detritus. Overlooked by all but music obsessives, Mike Cross and Mike Ward's efforts only fleetingly invigorate late-night airwaves.

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Colleen Green

Colleen Green always wears sunglasses onstage. Colleen Green is long hair and getting high. Colleen Green's first full-length for Hardly Art, Sock it to Me, is grounded in pure pop. Colleen Green's multi-tracked, emotive vocals take an enormous leap forward, evoking all-time heroes such as Rose Melberg and Tina Weymouth, with every drum-machine-tracked song awash in the dreamy slacker romanticism of California.

Colleen Green on Last.fm.

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Chameleon

There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Chameleon was a short-lived melodic ambient drum and bass project for Mark Pritchard and Tom Middleton, better known as Global Communication. 2) Chameleon was Minneapolis band from 1976 to 1988 featuring Yanni on Keyboards and Dugan Mcneill on bass and vocals Johnny Donaldson on guitar, Charlie Adams on the very first rotating drum set and Mark Anthoney on lead vocals and keyboards; Peter Diggins, lead vocals and main guitars; Donny Paulson, guitars, vocals.

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