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    Brothers Chris (Bass,vocal)and Jem Murrell (Drums) along with brothers Phil (Guitar,vocal) and Jon…

  2. There are two artists with this name:

    1. A punk/wave/rock band (1977-1982) from Broek op Langedijk, The Netherlands
    2. A punk/powerpop band…

  3. Reaction Formation was a power pop band from Chicago, Illinois. They were active from about the mid-80s to the mid-90s.

  4. Route 28 was an eight-piece power pop band from Boston, Mass.

  5. B.T.P. Folders was a five-piece mod-influenced new wave/power pop band from the UK. It released a lone single, "Radio 7" (B-side: "All Of A…

  6. The 2 Timers was a mod-influenced power pop quintet from New York. They existed from about 1978 to 1979. They are often mistaken for being a…

  7. There are at least 4 groups called the Boyfriends

    1) Formed February 1999, London, England, United Kingdom
    2) December 1977-1979, United Kingdom…

  8. Charlie Fawn was a British power pop/new wave singer-songwriter who had some success in the late-70s. He released four singles and a self-titled…

  9. Formed in 1976 this punk/powerpop band had a the line up of -
    Robbie Watson - bass/vocals. Martin Finlay - guitar/vocals.Lol Gellor- drums.The…

  10. The Jags, a mod revival fueled new wave/power pop band, was formed in 1978 by the Yorkshire-based songwriting team of Nick Watkinson (vocals)…

  11. The Reruns was a power pop band from Michigan that released two 45's for Spider Records in the late 70s.

  12. The Chicaynes was a power pop/new wave power trio from London, England.

  13. The Know were formed in 1978 by Gary Valentine (founder member of Blondie), along with Joel Turrisi and Richard d'Andrea (ex Motels). The first…

  14. Mad Turks (also known as 'The Mad Turks', 'The Mad Turks from Istanbul', and related names) was an Australian power pop band that had some…

  15. Phil Seymour, born Philip Warren Seymour on May 15, 1952, is best remembered as one-half of the creative force behind the Dwight Twilley Band,…

  16. Gary Charlson was a guitarist and singer-songwriter from Kansas City, Missouri. Although unable to find mainstream success, his melodic tunes for…

  17. Arlis was a power pop band from Omaha, Nebraska. It was named after frontman Arlis Peach. The group was noted for its remarkably close similarity…

  18. The Beat (also known as Paul Collins' Beat) was a power pop band that formed in Los Angeles, California, United States in 1977. The band has been…

  19. Raised by his adoptive parents in southern New Jersey, D. L. Byron (born David Byron), became enamored with the Beatles, the Byrds and Bob Dylan…

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