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  1. Rick Sims, the leader of The Gaza Strippers, was the founding member and leader of pioneering and influential Chicago punk heroes Didjits. Releasing…

  2. There are at least two artists by the name of Gaunt:

    1) Gaunt was a garage punk band formed in Columbus, Ohio, in 1991. The original lineup formed…

  3. 1) Two-thirds of Mule, Jim Kimball and Kevin Munro (formerly Kevin Strickland) was made up of ex-members of the Laughing Hyenas. The other third,…

  4. 1. The Yo-Yo’s were a British rock 'n' roll influenced punk rock band.

    Formed in 1998 by ex-The Wildhearts bassist, Danny McCormack and singer /…

  5. Silver Ginger 5 was originally formed in 1999 as a solo project for Ginger, lead singer/songwriter of The Wildhearts.

    The band was not formed until…

  6. Formed in 2006, The Loyalties are a new London-based band featuring ex-members of The Yo-Yo's, The Black Halos, and Deadline amongst others.
    So…

  7. The heavily New Wave influenced British rock group The God Damn Whores is the brainchild of 'Random' Jon Poole, former guitarist with Cardiacs and…

  8. Howling Willie Cunt is the country-singing alter ego of The Wildhearts' frontman Ginger. The best way to describe his album 'World of Filth' is that…

  9. Obscure underground noise band from Austin, Texas. Their songs were dense and twisted, with scrambled vocals floating over hideous, yet somehow…

  10. The Leaving Trains were formed out of sheer boredom and suburban desperation in Los Angeles in the summer of 1980 by Falling James and brothers…

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