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There are multiple artists under the moniker "The Score"

1.) The Score is a pop-rock outfit straight out of Watertown, NY. The brain-child of singer-songwriter Arison Cain, the Score combines catchy hooks and melodies with a highly original style of vocal delivery reminiscent of bands such as Weatherbox and Say Anything. The band is credited with having a sound very reminiscent of 90's rock bands such as Weezer, Smoking Popes and Foo Fighters. The group self-released an EP, "Steady Fingers! Steady Fight!" in 2007, In 2008, they followed up with the full-length release "Songs for a Halfway Home", produced in part by Ace Enders of The Early November. The band has shown no sign of slowing down, opening for national acts such as Hit The Lights, I Am The Avalanche, Ace Enders, Anthony Ranieri, Nightmare of You, Damiera, Fear Before, Thieves and Villains, Life In Your Way and many many more.

2.) The Score are a unique new group consisting of members from Los Angeles and London, with an original blend of hip-hop, R&B, soul and rock with jazz influence. 5 young 'real' musicians who write, compose and produce, play their own instruments, and perform live shows with raw energy. Brothers Cameron and Taylor Graves and Clyde 'CJ' Wilson are from L.A. and Brothers Nathan and Sean Allen are from London. The guys are trained musicians playing piano, keyboard, guitar, bass, percussion and drums.
They have already written for, performed with or opened for artists as varied as Lemar, jazz legend Marcus Miller, Natasha Bedingfield, Omarion, Wicked Wisdom/Jada Pinkett Smith, Lindsay Lohan, Rhian Benson, Amy Winehouse and Faith Evans.

3.) The Score where a mod band who produced only one single in November 1966. the a side was a cover of the beatles please please me but was a freakbeat version combing hard rock and pysch miles before hendrix and cream. the b side is "beg me" which is of their more famous song because of featuring on deca compilations like the mod scene. they never produced any more material and not much is known about them apart from these two songs.

The Score on this compilation was formed in Manchester UK in 1965. Most of the bandmates were originally from Jimmy Powell and the 5 Dimensions. The band consisted of Ken White (guitar), Alan Megitt (bass), Clem Lee (Drums), Frank Davies (Guitar) and Eddy Lamb (vocals). They released a single on Decca Records in November of 1966, which included 'Please, Please me' and 'Beg me' on the B side. The Score, were part of the 'Northern Soul' movement in the north of England and played clubs like The Twisted Wheel and Wigan Casino.

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