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  1. A Philadelphia native, Willie “Loco” Alexander moved to Boston, U.S.A. and took over from Lou Reed when he left the Velvet Underground in 1971,…

  2. 1) The Waldos is a math rock band from Portland, Maine.
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    2) the Waldos is a rock band from New York City. The band is…

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  4. Ian North (singer, guitarist, synthesist, producer and songwriter) was the leader of Long Island's finest contribution to wimp rock, Milk 'n' Cookies.…

  5. Steve Wynn of The Dream Syndicate and Dan Stuart of Green on Red unite. Reunited and toured Europe in 2007. Catch some of the live videos on…

  6. Xenia Splawinski (rhythm guitar) Cynthia Ross (bass) Locasta Ross (vocals) Renee Chetsky (lead guitar/vox) Marcy Saddy (drums)

    Formed in 1977…

  7. Sylvain Sylvain (born Sylvain Mizrahi, February 14, 1951 ) is a rock guitarist, most notable for being a member of the New York Dolls.

    He was born in,…

  8. The Real Kids was a Boston Garage Rock band. The line-up was formed by John Felice, former "Modern Lovers" guitarist in 1972, on vocal and guitar,…

  9. The Nipple Erectors were a British punk rock band formed in London in 1977, and are notable as The Pogues frontman Shane MacGowan's first…

  10. The A's were a Philadelphia power-pop / new wave band that almost made it. After taking the local scene by storm in the late 70s, the A's quickly…

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