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  1. Stan Ridgway's tenure with Wall of Voodoo may have launched him to semi-stardom, but his solo musical style is more blues rock, almost…

  2. Richard Elfman founded the theatrical troupe The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo. In 1978 the remnants of the Mystic Knights formed together…

  3. Devo is an American rock group formed in Akron, Ohio, United States in 1972. The band split in 1991 and returned in 1996. The band currently…

  4. Lene Lovich (born Lili-Marlene Premilovich on March 30, 1949) is an American artist of Serbian and British parentage, best known for her new wave…

  5. Thomas Dolby (born Thomas Morgan Robertson; 14 October 1958 - London, UK) is an English musician and producer. He is one of the legends of…

  6. Formed in 1982, the band featured Stiv Bators (The Dead Boys), Brian James (The Damned), Dave Tregunna (Sham 69), and Nicky Turner (The…

  7. Missing Persons is a new wave which formed in Los Angeles, California, United States in 1980. The band originally consisted of Dale Bozzio (vocals),…

  8. The Fixx is a British new wave band that formed in 1980. Envisioned by college friends Cy Curnin (vocals) and Adam Woods (drums), the pair soon…

  9. Tubeway Army's main claim to fame is that Gary Webb (aka Gary Numan) first came to the public's attention here. The band was formed in London,…

  10. Adam Ant is the stage name of Stuart Leslie Goddard (born November 3, 1954, London, England), lead singer of 1980s pop group Adam and the Ants…

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