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  1. XTC was an influential rock band (starting out as a post-punk outfit but eventually developing into a sound that was a mix of new wave and…

  2. Andy Partridge (born Andrew John Partridge, on November 11, 1953, in Valletta, Malta) is a founding member, guitarist and chief songwriter of the…

  3. The Soft Boys were a post-punk/neo-psychedelic band which formed in 1976 in Cambridge, England. The band's best known lineup consisted of Robyn…

  4. Along with Let's Active, The dB's defined the Southern power pop/jangle pop movement of the early to mid-80s. The band's music was a quirky blend…

  5. Robyn Hitchcock formed the Egyptians with former Soft Boys Morris Windsor and Andy Metcalfe. Albums range from Groovy Decay to Queen Elvis, plus…

  6. Robyn Raymond Hitchcock (born 3rd March 1953) is an English singer-songwriter and psych folk guitarist. While primarily a vocalist and guitarist,…

  7. There are at least two artists which use this name:
    1. Jellyfish, a power pop band from the United States
    2. An alternate tag for JellyFish, a…

  8. The Spongetones, formed in 1981, are a power pop band from Charlotte, North Carolina. They formed from a Beatles cover act that had been playing…

  9. The Rain Parade were part of the Paisley Underground scene that emerged in the West Coast during the mid-eighties and also included groups like…

  10. Graham Parker (born November 18, 1950 in London) is a British rock singer and songwriter. He continues to be best-known as the leader (and…

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