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  1. Power of Dreams were a Dublin-based pop/rock band, built around Craig and Keith Walker. They released their critically acclaimed EP "A Little Piece…

  2. There are three artists using this name:

    (1) Based in Manchester U.K., The High were formed in 1989 by John Matthews and guitarist Andy Couzens.…

  3. Harry "Cuby" Muskee (10 June 1941 – 26 September 2011) was the singer of the blues band Cuby + Blizzards, which he co-founded with Eelco Gelling.…

  4. Five Thirty were a three-piece rock band from London, UK, briefly popular in the early 1990s. It consisted of Tara Milton (bass), Paul Bassett…

  5. If timing is truly everything, then the Wendys had the misfortune of releasing their debut album shortly before the collapse of their record label,…

  6. Intastella were Manchester and the North's answer to London's "Saint Etienne", and were formed in 1990. Having a career spanning over 6 years…

  7. Vocalist Gerard Whelan met bassist Enda Wyatt in a band that Whelan was auditioning for. Whelan joined the band, but it broke up soon after.…

  8. The Bridewell Taxis (later The Bridewells) were a Leeds-based British rock group formed in 1988.

    After a flexi-disc "Lies", their first EP, Just…

  9. My Jealous God were a British Indie music band from South London who had a recording career from 1989 to 1992, first on Rough Trade Records and…

  10. Of origin Haarlems power rock trio that manages a good mix between individual craftsmanship, an experimental sound and strong songs. Grows into…

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