Musical quartets

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    String quartets

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    Vocal quartets

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  1. 10,000 Maniacs

    10,000 Maniacs

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    10,000 Maniacs is a United States-based alternative rock band, which formed in 1981 and continues to be active with various line-ups.


  2. 10 Years

    10 Years

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  3. 10 Years (band)

    10 Years (band)

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    10 Years is an American alternative metal band, formed in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1999.


  4. 1000 NICKS

    1000 NICKS

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  5. 108 (band)

    108 (band)

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    108 is an American hardcore band founded in 1991. Their music reflects the Hare Krishna faith of the band members. Their name comes from the number of beads on the Japa mala, or mantra counting beads.


  6. 1349

    1349

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    1349 is a Norwegian black metal band from Oslo, Norway, formed in 1997. The band's name comes from the year the Black Death reached Norway.


  7. 2 Live Crew

    2 Live Crew

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    The 2 Live Crew was a hip-hop group from Miami, Florida. They caused considerable controversy with the sexual themes in their work, particularly on their 1989 album As Nasty As They Wanna Be.


  8. 20 Bulls Each

    20 Bulls Each

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    20 Bulls Each are a hardcore punk band based in Dublin, Ireland.


  9. 24-7 Spyz

    24-7 Spyz

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    24-7 Spyz (pronounced "twenty-four-seven spies") are a band from the South Bronx, New York, formed in 1986, originally consisting of Jimi Hazel (real name, Wayne K. Richardson) (guitar), Rick Skatore (real name, Kenneth D. Lucas) (bass), Kindu Phibes (drums), and P. Fluid (real name, Peter Forrest) (vocals). The band is best known for mixing soul, funk, reggae, and R&B with heavy metal and hardcore punk. The fact that they are African Americans playing variations of heavy metal led critics to compare them to bands such as Living Colour and Bad Brains. Though they were pioneers in the fusion of these particular music styles, influencing many bands, they have never achieved substantial commercial success. After several lineup changes, the band broke up in 1998, but reformed in 2003 before releasing their first new album of original material in over a decade in 2006. As of November 2012, the band has been performing with the lineup of Jimi Hazel, Rick Skatore, drummer Sekou Lumumba and guitarist Ronny Drayton.


  10. 28 Days

    28 Days

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    28 Days are a punk rock band from Frankston, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. Formed in 1997, the current lineup consists of original members Jay Dunne as lead vocalist, guitarist Simon Hepburn and bassist Damian Gardiner as well as Jason "Jedi" Howard on turntables and drummer Adrian Griffin. The band's previous drummer, Scott Murray, was involved in a fatal accident after being struck by a car on 18 November 2001.


  11. 3 Inches of Blood

    3 Inches of Blood

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    3 Inches of Blood is a Canadian heavy metal band formed in 1999 in Victoria, British Columbia, currently consisting of Cam Pipes, Justin Hagberg, Shane Clark, and Ash Pearson, none of whom are original members of the band. They are currently signed with Century Media Records and are marked by strong influences from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement.


  12. 36 Crazyfists

    36 Crazyfists

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    36 Crazyfists is a four-piece Alaskan band originally based in Anchorage and later based in Portland, Oregon, in the United States. The band's name comes from a Jackie Chan movie, Jackie Chan And The 36 Crazy Fists. They have released six studio albums, In the Skin, Bitterness the Star, A Snow Capped Romance, Rest Inside the Flames, The Tide And Its Takers and Collisions and Castaways.


  13. 4 Non Blondes

    4 Non Blondes

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    4 Non Blondes was an American rock band from San Francisco, California, formed in 1989. The group was formed by bassist Christa Hillhouse, guitarist Shaunna Hall, drummer Wanda Day, and vocalist and guitarist Linda Perry. Prior to the release of their first album, Roger Rocha replaced Hall on guitar, and Dawn Richardson replaced Day on drums. They hit the charts in 1993 with "What's Up?", their only major hit single. Perry left the band in 1994 to begin a solo career, and the remaining members disbanded shortly after.


  14. +44 (band)

    +44 (band)

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    +44 (read as Plus 44) was an American alternative rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 2005. The group consisted of vocalist and bassist Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker of Blink-182, lead guitarist Shane Gallagher of The Nervous Return and rhythm guitarist Craig Fairbaugh of Mercy Killers. Hoppus and Barker created +44 shortly after the 2005 breakup of Blink-182, and the band's name refers to the international dialing code of the United Kingdom, the country where the duo first discussed the project. Early recordings were largely electronic in nature, and featured vocals by Carol Heller, formerly of the all-girl punk quartet Get the Girl.


  15. 44 Magnum

    44 Magnum

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    44 Magnum (stylized as 44MAGNUM) is a heavy metal band from Japan, originally formed in mid 1977. After the group disbanded in 1988, they had a thirteen-year hiatus before reuniting and releasing their seventh album Ignition in 2002. In 2009, they released the self-titled album 44Magnum, which features Paul's son Stevie as a lead singer along with Paul on most of the tracks.


  16. 45 Grave

    45 Grave

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    45 Grave are an American gothic and punk rock band from Los Angeles, California formed in 1979. The original group broke up in 1985 but vocalist Dinah Cancer subsequently revived the band. 45 Grave are noted as one of the first bands to mix punk rock with horror-themed lyrics, thereby positioning them as progenitors of the horror punk subgenre. Their unique appearance and morbid theatricality also distinguished them as innovators of goth rock as well as "deathrock," a term used to identify a subgenre of punk rock incorporating horror elements and spooky atmospherics.


  17. かりゆし58

    かりゆし58

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    Kariyushi58 (かりゆし58) is a Japanese four-man pop group from Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, and headliner of the Utanohi music festival. Their sound contains many elements of traditional Okinawan folk music. The name is a portmanteau of the Okinawan かりゆし, meaning "harmony" or "happiness", and 58, the number of the local Japanese National Route.


  18. 59 Times the Pain

    59 Times the Pain

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    59 Times the Pain was a Swedish hardcore punk band. They were active from 1992 until 2001.


  19. 5ive

    5ive

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    Five (stylised as 5ive) are an English boy band consisting of members Sean Conlon, Ritchie Neville, and Scott Robinson. They were formed in 1997 by the same team that managed the Spice Girls before they launched their career. The band were mostly known as a five-piece, consisting of Robinson, Neville, Conlon, Abz Love and Jason "J" Brown. Brown and Love act as lead singers of the band and Five enjoyed remarkable success worldwide, particularly in the United Kingdom, most of Europe, and Asia. The group have currently based on BPI certifications sold a minimum of 1.5 million albums and 2 million singles in the UK alone. They split up on 27 September 2001 after selling 20 million records worldwide.


  20. 5tion

    5tion

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    5tion is a Korean pop group popular during the early 2000s. The group's name is pronounced 'Ocean' as a play on words with the Korean word for '5' being 'Oh'.


  21. 7 Seconds

    7 Seconds

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    7 Seconds is an American Straight edge punk rock band from Reno, Nevada. Formed on January 17, 1980 by two sets of brothers; the Marvelli brothers, who used the punk rock names "Kevin Seconds" and "Steve Youth," and the Borghino brothers, who took the names "Tom Munist" and "Dim Menace." The band has gone through numerous lineup changes over the subsequent years, with only Kevin Seconds and Steve Youth remaining constant members.


  22. 88 Fingers Louie

    88 Fingers Louie

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    88 Fingers Louie is a band from Chicago, Illinois which was formed in 1993. They played a style of hardcore punk, melodic hardcore, and punk rock. After disbanding in 1999, guitarist Dan Wleklinski and bassist Joe Principe formed the well-known punk rock band Rise Against. The band reunited in 2009, but disbanded again in 2010. The band will hold a 20th anniversary show in 2013. The name comes from a Flintstones character who sells dodgy pianos.


  23. 98 Degrees

    98 Degrees

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    98 Degrees (stylized as 98°) is an American pop and R&B boy band consisting of four vocalists: brothers Nick and Drew Lachey, Justin Jeffre, and Jeff Timmons. The group was formed by Timmons in Los Angeles, California, although all of its members originate from Ohio.


  24. 98 Mute

    98 Mute

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    98 Mute was a hardcore punk band from Hermosa Beach, California. They were formed in 1993, and signed to Theologian Records in 1995. Their first, self-titled album was released in 1996, and the band was featured on several skate videos and compilations of Californian punk. In 1997, the group toured with Blink-182 and Pennywise. A second album on Theologian followed in 1998 before the group was picked up by Epitaph Records. They released two albums on Epitaph before breaking up in September 2002, shortly after the release of their fourth full-length, After the Fall.


  25. 999 (band)

    999 (band)

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    999 are an English punk rock/rock band, formed in London in December, 1976. From the period of 1976 to 1985, the lineup of 999 consisted of Nick Cash (vocals, guitar), Guy Days (lead guitar), Jon Watson (bass) and Pablo LaBrittain (drums). (As a result of injuries sustained in a motor accident, LaBrittain was temporarily replaced by drummer Ed Case aka Paul Edwards in 1980.) Jon Watson left the band in 1985; being replaced by Danny Palmer, who remained with the band until 1991. Palmer was replaced by Arturo Bassick, who remains the bass player with 999 to this date.


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