Multinational musical groups

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  1. Super Junior

    Super Junior

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  1. 2PM



    2PM (Hangul: 투피엠) is a South Korean idol group managed by JYP Entertainment. The current members are Jun. K (formerly known as Junsu), Nichkhun, Taecyeon, Wooyoung, Junho and Chansung. Former leader Jay Park officially left the group in early 2010.

  2. 311



    311 (pronounced "three-eleven") is an American rock band from Omaha, Nebraska. The band was formed in 1988 by vocalist/guitarist Nick Hexum, lead guitarist Jim Watson (who would later be replaced by Tim Mahoney), bassist Aaron "P-Nut" Wills and drummer Chad Sexton. In 1992, Doug "SA" Martinez joined to sing and provide turntables for 311's later albums, rounding out the current line-up. The band's name originates from the police code for indecent exposure in Omaha, Nebraska, after the original guitarist for the band was arrested for streaking.

  3. 3Deep



    3Deep were a soul-pop music boy band composed of American actors Eddie Cibrian (Sunset Beach, Third Watch) and Joshua Morrow (Young and the Restless), and Canadian singer CJ Huyer.

  4. ABBA



    ABBA was a Swedish pop group formed in Stockholm in 1972, comprising Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad. ABBA is an acronym of the first letters of the band members' first names and is sometimes stylized as the registered trademark ᗅᗺᗷᗅ. The band became one of the most commercially successful acts in the history of popular music, topping the charts worldwide from 1975 to 1982. It also won the Eurovision Song Contest 1974, giving Sweden its first triumph in the history of the contest and being the most successful group ever to take part in the competition.

  5. Alabína



    Alabina is a French-based group that performs a mix of world music: Middle Eastern, Arabic, French, Hebrew, and Spanish Gypsy music. Alabina consists of lead singer Ishtar, who does the female vocals, and the band Los Niños de Sara, who provide male vocals and music.

  6. Antares



    Antares was an Italian Eurodance act that became known in the spring of 1995 with the release of their first song entitled "Ride on a Meteorite". The group, also notable by how little information was known at the time about its composition, produced a couple of other hits before disappearing in 1997.

  7. April Kiss (band)

    April Kiss (band)


    April Kiss is a 6-member Korean Girl group. Before their official debut, their management revealed that they would be the female version of male idol-group 2PM and that their average height was 173 cm. The members of April Kiss are Sumin, Coo.G, Haejeun, Sara, Julie, and Xiho.

  8. Aqua



    Aqua is a Danish-Norwegian eurodance group, best known for their 1997 breakthrough single "Barbie Girl". The group formed in 1989 and achieved huge success around the globe in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The group released three albums: Aquarium in 1997, Aquarius in 2000 and Megalomania in 2011. The group sold an estimated 33 million albums and singles, making them the most successful Danish band ever.

  9. Bodyrockers



    BodyRockers were a British-Irish/Australian electronic music duo, consisting of Dylan Burns and Kaz James, which formed in 2004. Their 2005 single, "I Like the Way", reached No. 3 on the United Kingdom Singles Chart, No. 12 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, and the Top 20 on both the United States Billboard Hot Dance Club Play and Hot Dance Airplay Charts. They issued a self-titled album that year and toured internationally in support of its release. Although they recorded material for a second album it was not issued and the group disbanded in 2007 with both Burns and James pursuing solo careers.

  10. Boney M.

    Boney M.


    Boney M. is a vocal group created by German record producer Frank Farian. Originally based in Germany, the four original members of the group's official line-up were Jamaican-born singers Liz Mitchell and Marcia Barrett, Maizie Williams from Montserrat and Bobby Farrell from Aruba. The group was formed in 1976 and achieved popularity during the disco era of the late 1970s. Since the 1980s, various line-ups of the band have performed with different personnel.

  11. Cappella



    Cappella was an Italian Eurodance act formed in 1987 by producer Gianfranco Bortolotti. The act went through a number of line-up changes over the years but was most successful in the early 1990s when it was fronted by British performers Kelly Overett and Rodney Bishop. Their biggest hit was "U Got 2 Let the Music", which reached number 2 in the UK in 1993.

  12. Cavalera Conspiracy

    Cavalera Conspiracy


    Cavalera Conspiracy is an American heavy metal band founded by Brazilian brothers Max (vocals, guitar) and Igor Cavalera (drums), currently performing along with American musicians Marc Rizzo (guitar) and Nate Newton (bass). The band originally formed in 2007 as Inflikted but changed its name for legal reasons. The group's creation marked the end of a 10-year feud between the Cavalera brothers who founded Sepultura in the early 1980s.

  13. Change



    Change was an Italian-American post-disco group formed in Bologna, Italy in 1979 by businessman and executive producer Jacques Fred Petrus (1949–1986) and Mauro Malavasi (1957). They were heavily influenced by legendary disco band Chic.

  14. Chocolat (band)

    Chocolat (band)


    Chocolat (Hangul: 쇼콜라), commonly stylized as ChoColat, is a South Korean girl group created by Paramount Music in 2011. Their group name means "Chocolate" in French. The concept behind the group's name is that each member is reminiscent of a different type of chocolate. The groups's name was initially going to be Chocolate, however there was already a group with that name, so Paramount Music decided to use the French word chocolat instead. The group consists of four members: three are mixed race Korean, (Juliane, Tia, Melanie), and the other one is Korean (Min Soa). Jaeyoon (Another Korean Member) left the group in December 11 and Lori (A Mixed Race Korean Member) joined the group and made it up a 5 Members Group.

  15. Christopher Richard Stringini

    Christopher Richard Stringini

    American, Actor

  16. Clam Abuse

    Clam Abuse


    Clam Abuse was the title of a collaborative side project of Ginger, of The Wildhearts, and Alex Kane, of Life, Sex & Death. The band also featured The Prodigy's live-drummer Kieron Pepper.

  17. Code



    Code (stylised < c o d e > or < C O D E >) are an English black metal band that formed in 2002.

  18. Combichrist



    Combichrist is a Norwegian aggrotech band formed in 2003 by Norwegian Andy LaPlegua, who also founded the bands Icon of Coil, Panzer AG, Scandinavian Cock and Scandy. Combichrist is based in Atlanta, Georgia. The band consist of only LaPlegua in the studio with Joe Letz, Z_Marr, Abbey Nex, and Eric13 for live performances. Releases by the band have been very successful in terms of sales and charted in top positions for dance and alternative charts worldwide, a few releases have even sold out completely.

  19. Cross Gene

    Cross Gene


    Cross Gene (Korean: 크로스진; stylized as CROSS GENE) is a six-member multinational boy band based in South Korea. Signed under Amuse Korea, the group now consists of South Korean Sangmin, Yongseok, Shin and Seyoung, Chinese Casper and Japanese Takuya after it was stated that J.G left to start his career as a solo artist in January 16, 2013. They released their debut mini-album Timeless: Begins in June 2012, which peaked at number eight on the Gaon weekly album chart.

  20. Daze



    Daze is a Danish Eurodance/bubblegum dance band whose 1997 debut album Super Heroes became a double platinum international hit. The band is a trio composed of Lucas Sieber, Jesper Tønnov, and Trine Bix, and their style of "zany" "turbo-pop" music is compared to the Danish pop band Aqua. Super Heroes, initially published in Scandinavia by Sony Music, sold 31,000 copies on the release day and was later released in the United States by Columbia Records and in Non-Nordic global territories by Epic Records. Hit singles included "Superhero", "Tamogotchi" and "Toy Boy". In February 1998, Daze won the Danish Grammy Award for Best Dance Album of 1997. The single Superhero was nominated as 1997 Danish hit of the year by G.A.F.F.A. magazine. It was also very famous in Argentina during those years.

  21. Desire (band)

    Desire (band)


    Desire is an electronic music band from Montreal and Portland, Oregon. Their debut album, II, was released in June 2009 on the Italians Do It Better label. The band is made up of vocalist Megan Louise, producer Johnny Jewel (also a member of the IDIB bands Chromatics and Glass Candy) and Nat Walker (also a member of Chromatics) on synthesizer and drums. Jewel and Walker also have an instrumental project called Symmetry. Their lyrics are in French and English.

  22. Donghae & Eunhyuk

    Donghae & Eunhyuk


    Donghae & Eunhyuk is a subgroup of the South Korean boy band Super Junior, composed of members Donghae and Eunhyuk. The duo's first official performance was on December 16, 2011, on KBS's Music Bank, performing '떴다 오빠 (Oppa, Oppa)'.

  23. DZihan & Kamien

    DZihan & Kamien


    dZihan & Kamien (ˈhɑːn ən ˈkæmi.ɛn "Gee-hahn and Kammy-an") are a downtempo house and acid jazz music duo based in Vienna, Austria. Their sound has been described as having "jazzy texture, trip-hop rhythms and Eastern ambience." Their first production single, Der Bauch, released in 1996 under the name MC Sultan, was popular in European clubs and was included on several compilations.

  24. Empire Bizarre

    Empire Bizarre


    Milli Vanilli was an R&B pop and dance project created by Frank Farian in Munich, West Germany, in 1988. The group was formed with Fab Morvan and Rob Pilatus. The group's debut album Girl You Know It's True achieved international success and earned them a Grammy Award for Best New Artist on February 21, 1990. Milli Vanilli became one of the most popular pop acts in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Their success turned to infamy when the Grammy award was withdrawn after Los Angeles Times author Chuck Philips revealed that lead vocals on the record were not the voices of Morvan and Pilatus.

  25. Enemy of the Sun

    Enemy of the Sun


    Enemy of the Sun is a German metal band.

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