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-Rob Gallagher is a former member of the 'Acid Jazz' band, [artist]Galliano[/artist], which formed around his early DJ performances in [yearformed]1988[/yearformed]. Throughout the early 1990s they turned their attention a more laid-back jazz-soul musical style whilst often addressing environmental issues in their lyrics. The band were signed by [artist]Giles Peterson[/artist]'s Talkin' Loud label and released music up until [yearsplit]1997[/yearsplit].+Rob Gallagher is a former member of the 'Acid Jazz' band, [artist]Galliano[/artist], which formed around his early DJ performances in [yearformed]1988[/yearformed]. Galliano were based in [placeformed]London[/placeformed]. The band were signed by [artist]Giles Peterson[/artist]'s Talkin' Loud label and released music up until [yearsplit]1997[/yearsplit].
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 +Throughout the early 1990s they turned their attention a more laid-back jazz-soul musical style whilst often addressing environmental issues in their lyrics. They performed on the main stage at the Glastonbury stage in 1994.
Gallagher was also a member of [artist]Two Banks Of Four[/artist], who released several singles and albums from [yearformed]1998[/yearformed] through to 2008. The 2008 album, Junkyard Gods, was released via the Berlin-based Sonar Kollectiv Gallagher was also a member of [artist]Two Banks Of Four[/artist], who released several singles and albums from [yearformed]1998[/yearformed] through to 2008. The 2008 album, Junkyard Gods, was released via the Berlin-based Sonar Kollectiv

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Rob Gallagher is a former member of the 'Acid Jazz' band, Galliano, which formed around his early DJ performances in 1988. Galliano were based in London. The band were signed by Giles Peterson's Talkin' Loud label and released music up until 1997. Throughout the early 1990s Galliano turned their attention to a more laid-back jazz-soul musical style whilst often addressing environmental issues in their lyrics. They performed on the main stage at the Glastonbury stage in 1994. Gallagher was also a member of Two Banks of Four, who released several singles and albums from 1998 through to 2008. The 2008 album, Junkyard Gods, was released via the Berlin-based Sonar Kollectiv. Gallagher also goes by the pseudonym of Earl Zinger.