While there have been many bands with the name Vroom, the songs on Last.fm under the name of Vroom are connected to a now defunct indie band based out of Lynchburg, Virginia. Their official site is http://www.vroomrock.com .
There are at least two artists called The Wilderness. Salt Lake City, Utah based Post Rock/Post Metal band The Wilderness was previously known as "The Meadows." They released an EP, Everything Is Golden in 2009 on the Sound VS Silence Label.
Havalina Rail Co. or just Havalina was an eclectic rock band from Long Beach, California. Many of Havalina's releases were regional concept albums. According to the band's website, the band's name was inspired by the song Havalina by The Pixies. Havalina was active from 1992 through 2005.
Poor Old Lu was one of the pioneer alternative Christian bands in the Northwest. Just sophomores in the spring of 1990, Nick Barber, Aaron Sprinkle & Scott Hunter began playing under the name 'Bellbangvilla'. The group threw together a 9-song first album named 'In Love with the Greenery'. A few months later Jesse Sprinkle joined the band.
There are two bands with the name Fine China. 1) Fine China from Phoenix, Arizona.
Fine China was an indie rock band from Phoenix, Arizona comprised of Rob Withem (vocals, guitar), Greg Markov (bass) and Thom Walsh (drums).
Squad Five-O, a rock and roll outfit from Savannah, Georgia and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, consisted of vocalist Jeff Fortson, bassist John Fortson, guitarists Adam Garbinski and Kris Klein, and drummer Dave Petersen.
Training for Utopia (TFU) was a metalcore and industrial metal band which existed from 1996–2000. They drew comparisons to bands such as meshuggah due to their use of odd time signatures and poly-rythms. The band first signed with Tooth & Nail Records and was later moved to Solid State Records, the Tooth & Nail metal imprint.
Forever Changed (1999 - 2006) was a Christian rock band from Tallahassee and Orlando, FL. The band consisted of:
Dan Cole (Vocals, Guitar & Piano)
Ben O'Rear (Guitar & Vocals)
Tom Gustafson (Bass)
Nathan Lee (Drums) In February 2006, Dan Cole prayerfully considered leaving the band on behalf of his family's future. He ended up leaving the band soon after.