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There are at least 7 bands sharing this name:

1) S.O.S. is a Hxc-band signed to Good Fight Music/Reaper Records.

Scott Vogel - Vocals
Matt Henderson - Guitar
Chris Beattie - Bass
Nick Jett - Drums
Sam Trapkin - Guitar
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2) S.O.S. were a short lived Boston hardcore band in the vein of The Suicide File, Modern Life Is War, Quicksand, etc. S.O.S. evolved past youth crew hardcore of the day into a more inspirational entity, with intelligent lyrics and a rock feel that that raised the bar above the status quo of hardcore. After selling through hundreds of cassette tape demos on their own, S.O.S. featured an exclusive track on the classic Lockin' Out Records "Sweet Vision" Compilation.

3) S.O.S. were one of the great but under-documented ensembles in 70s British jazz, consisting of three genuine superstars of the 'Brit-jazz scene': Mike Osborne, Alan Skidmore and John Surman, the group formed in April 1973, and lasted until the end of 1976. Although all three men were saxophonists and the band is commonly thought of as a 'saxophone trio', they were much more than that, as this period found John Surman experimenting with synthesizers, sequencers and keyboards, while Alan Skidmore was a very able drummer; anyone expecting three saxes at once at all times will be very surprised when they hear the heavy synthesizer parts mixed with driving drums and blowing sax lines.

4) S.O.S. (Shower of Smegma) was also a hardcore band in the 80s that was formed in Los Angeles.

5) S.O.S. is quite a new Christian Punk Rock band from Finland.

6) S.O.S. is a Russian pop dance trio.

7) S.O.S. is a Mexican jazz/rock band from 60s

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