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  1. There are a bunch of artists called Eye:

    1) EYE, a psychedelic rock band from Colombus, OH.
    They released their first album Center of the Sun on…

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  3. Steve Hillage (born Stephen Simpson Hillage, 2 August 1951, Chingford, London, England) is an English musician, best known as a guitarist. He is…

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  5. There have been several bands with this name. It is worth mentioning that the "Demo" featured here is by a totally different outfit from the…

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  7. Hailing from Aschaffenburg, Germany, My Sleeping Karma started in 2005 as a side-project of the stoner rock band The Great Escape. Some day…

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  10. The definitive Japanese space rock band, originally called "Far Out". Klaus Schulze mixed the well known Nipponjin album, a re-recording of previous…

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  12. Writing in the Skies of Holyoke, Massachusetts was formed in December of 2011 by drummer Joel Turcotte, bassist Zach Longhi, and guitarists Wes…

  13. Hypnos 69 was founded in 1994, Diest, Belgium.
    When Steve and Dave Houtmeyers decide in the summer of '94 to found a band with Tom Vanlaer, also…

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    Many years ago (1985) in a town far, far away! Kidderminster to be exact! Two dudes, Ade Scholefield and Rob Lloyd who hadn't…

  15. Genre: Electronic, Dance
    Region: Perth, WA
    Members: Andy (Vox/Guitars/Synths), Sam (Vox/Guitars/Synths), Matt (Beats/Synths/Cuts), Mani (Vox).…

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  17. There are two projects sharing the name Wronger.

    1) A project birthed in Los Angeles, CA, in 2001.

    Members: Chester Haven$- guitar, vocals,…

  18. The Wreck Up was formed in 2011 by David Preston (also in Res Band - from Derby, UK) and Hox (aka Gianluca Missero, also in Hox Vox, Turbogrind…

  19. Titus Oates was a Dallas-based 5-piece 1970s progressive rock outfit led by bassist, lead singer, and songwriter Rick Jackson.

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