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  1. NB: This article concerns the UK band named Mover and should not be confused with the US band of the same name.

    1) A band from the UK,…

  2. There are two bands with the name Midget one from Britain and one from Australia.

    Australia - mostly known for their time in the late 90's, Midget…

  3. There are two bands with this name:

    1.) Warm Jets were a British indie band.

    The band were formed in 1995 by Louis Jones, Paul Noble and Ed…

  4. The Gyres were a Scottish band, and they were ace.

  5. The Animalhouse was formed by Mark Gardener (vocals and guitar), and Laurence "Loz" Colbert (drums) of the Ride with the producer Sam Williams,…

  6. Bennet formed in the summer of 1993 in Reading. They spent their days writing, rehearsing and playing gigs. Having finally found their "sound", they…

  7. The Trampolines are an acoustic pop/rock/act based in Denver Colorado. Their debut disc, "THE TRAMPOLINES," was released in August of 2005 at…

  8. Snug was a UK powerpop rock band formed by Ed Harcourt, James Deane, Ed Groves, and Johnny Lewesley at school. Managed by Roxy Musics's Phil…

  9. Smaller were a band of lads from Liverpool, led by songwriter Peter "Digsy" Deary. They were friends with Oasis and often supported them on tour.…

  10. Formed in 1998, Ben Parker & Jason Hazeley released three albums on Go Beat/Universal. Hello, Emoticons & Ten Songs About You.

    When they were…

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