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  1. Mighty Mighty were formed in the early 80's by Mick Geoghegan and Hugh Harkin out of their shared love of soul music, Postcard Records, The…

  2. The June Brides were an English pop music group, formed in London in 1983, by Phil Wilson and Simon Beesley of International Rescue. Influenced by…

  3. The Groove Farm were regarded as a c86 band. They released records through their own label (Raving Pop Blast) and also via The Subway…

  4. At long last a band is being recognised for the influence it has had without the commercial acclaim that some of their songs deserved.
    This seminal…

  5. Originally known as the Green-Eyed Children, Hurrah! consisted of Paul Handyside (b. 28 September 1960, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne And Wear,…

  6. The Wolfhounds began as a slightly askew pop/rock band, first coming to most people's attention via the C86 compilation. However, as the band…

  7. Biff Bang Pow! were an indie pop band from London, England, active between 1983 and 1991, centering around Creation Records boss Alan McGee.

    The…

  8. Close Lobsters were a Scottish indie pop band. According to legend, the band's name was derived from their inability to decide between two…

  9. Jangle pop cult heroes the Siddeleys formed in London in the spring of 1986 after singer/guitarist Johnny Johnson gave a tape of her…

  10. For a while, the Chesterfields' charming, jolly guitar pop, was very much in vogue. They were formed in Yeovil, Somerset, England, in the summer of…

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