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  2. There are two artists named The Majority

  3. The Elois is a band from the small town of Ballarat in Victoria, Australia named after the "tranquil sunshine people" from H.G. Wells' Time Machine. In…

  4. The Acid Gallery was an English four-piece band formed by Vic Elmes (guiter/vocals) and Mike Blakely (drums) who was the brother of Alan Blakely…

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  6. There are two bands by the name "The Mockingbirds:"

    1) The Mockingbirds were formed by Graham Gouldman in late 1964, following the breakup of…

  7. Scrugg (formally Floribunda Rose) was a London based psychedelic pop band found by John Kongos. Scrugg existed for 2 years ('68-'69).

  8. The Craig is a Birmingham band from the mid 60s. The band's drummer was Carl Palmer, later of prog-rock superstars, Emerson, Lake & Palmer. The…

  9. Red Squares, - English rockband that started in Boston England in June 1964.
    The original members were: David (Geordie) Garriock (lead vocal),…

  10. The artist were born in El Paso Texas, Joe and Julian Ganem started the band in 1967 when they went to Mexico City to record a single with…

  11. Tintern Abbey were a short lived act formed in the London Area in 1967, but the members claimed to be from far flung places such as Vienna and…

  12. The Bluestars began life as the Nomads around 1961. Murray Savidan and Roger McClay were school friends at Auckland Grammar, where they played…

  13. The Boots were a German outfit formed on the model of such British Invasion blues-based outfits as the Yardbirds,

    the Pretty Things, and Them.…

  14. Legendary Belfast band who were contemporaries of Them. Frontman Brian Rossi had been singing with skiffle groups and big bands since the 50s,…

  15. The are at least two bands named The Mascots.

    1.) The Mascots were a fairly successful Swedish sixties group, issuing around twenty singles and…

  16. The Downliners Sect was a British rhythm and blues band of the beat boom era, formed in 1963 when the existing Downliners band split up.…

  17. The (Australian) Playboys were the incarnation of Australian beat group, The Playboys, that released the 1967 single, Sad. This was, in fact, the…

  18. There is more than one artist named The Jury:

    1) Winnipeg, MB band from the sixties consisting of Ray Stockwell (drums), Bruce Walker (lead…

  19. Rupert's People have a very sketchy history were formed in 1967 after bass player Tony Dangerfield was approached by columbia records, he then…

  20. The Elastik Band's "Spazz" is the kind of single so strange and uncommercial that it boggles the mind as to how it managed to get released on a…

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