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Egg (1): An early British progressive rock band.

Egg (2): An Electronic artist featuring Mr. White and Mr. Yolk. This duo based in Montreal (Canada) is formed by Guillaume Coutu Dumont and Julien Roy… (see more below)

Egg (3): Pop-rock band from the late 80's featuring Chris Ballew (The Presidents of the United States of America) and Phil Franklin. Other members include Dale Peyser & Llyod Dyson.

Egg (4): See The Egg.

EGG (5): A noisecore project from California (myspace… read more

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  • cade aquele comentario "eu ovo egg" :/
  • << [url=http://www.last.fm/music/Arzachel/Arzachel]The way back to the roots...[/url]
  • Ścisła czołówka progresywnego rocka
  • Little rock history: In 1969 the so-called "progressive" or "undrerground" rock boom was taking hold of Britain's long haired youth. Short "pop" material was out and long complex compositions, drawing their inspiration from jazz, blues, psychedelia and classical music, was the order of the day. Album sales had overtaken single sales considerably and, anxious to capitalize on this new trend, the major UK record companies established imprints (inspired by the success of independents such as Island and Elektra) with an "underground" credibility and scouted for acts to sign. EMI Records established Harvest with great success whilst Phillips developed Vertigo and Decca label as companion to their Deram imprint. >> Of the initial releases and the Nova label, few had the quality or enjoyed the subsequent status of the debut album by a young trio from London who had assumed the identity of EGG. The trio who comprised the group had evolved from a band formed at the city of London School, Uriel.
  • Best Psychedelics i ever heard
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  • please vote this picture up- it is by far the best!!! http://www.last.fm/music/Egg/+images/77697210
  • mweave5707 because even thought they all share a significant number of members, they don't really sound similar at all.
  • Broadcast about jazzrock in 70' -> http://za-progiem.blogspot.com/2011/12/jazzrock-za-progiem.html Maybe someone will be intrested in
  • The Polite Force has to be their best. The Civil Surface is good, but like Dirk Campbell says, the mixing is terrible on that album.

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