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    Choosing a name is not easy, so how can you sum up hours…

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  6. I'm So Hollow was a post-punk band which formed in 1979 in Sheffield, England. They consisted of Jane Wilson (vocals, synthesizer), Rod Leigh…

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  11. Rebel Christening was an obscure gothic rock band from the UK. They released a 12" vinyl titled "Tribal Eye" in 1985.

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    Bass - Chris Hall
    Guitar - Terry Baker
    Vocals - Carmel McCourt
    Vocals, Drums - Danny Thunderboy

    The Thunderboys with Terry Baker,…

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  15. Pel Mel were an Australian post-punk music band. They formed in Newcastle, Australia in mid 1979 and moved to Sydney, Australia in late 1980. They…

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    Initially a vehicle for Angela Jaeger, a New…

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