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  1. The FIRST STEPS came from Worlington,Suffolk,UK.

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

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  3. There are several bands called The Moderns.

    1. The Moderns (also known as 'Moderns') was a mod revival band from Sweden that existed from 1979…

  4. Nasty Facts were a NY power pop/punk group with a female singer that released one scarce, collectable, excellent 3-song EP, "Drive My Car," in…

  5. Fast Cars were formed in 1977 by Stuart Murray and his brother Steven at school in Swinton, Manchester. They played Pop-Punk, their original line…

  6. The Incredible Kidda Band (aka The Kidda Band) were a British power pop band formed in Nuneaton in 1976, featuring Alan Hammonds (guitar/)…

  7. The Speedies were a late 1970's New York Based Power Pop band. Four of the members hailed from Brooklyn, the bass player John Carlucci was from…

  8. Formed in Bristol UK in 1978, Private Dicks were the leading lights on the Avon Calling album (Heartbeat Records) - the first compilation album of a…

  9. There are at least seven bands called The Fans of these can be mentioned:

    1) The Fans were formed in 1978 in Bristol, England. Their first single…

  10. Princess of Peace was a power pop and punk influenced rock band from Holland. They produced the lone 45 "X-Ray Proved" (b-side: "Nothing You…

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