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  1. A House

    A House


    A House was an Irish band from the 1980s to the 1990s, recognized for the clever, "often bitter or irony laden lyrics of [frontman] Dave Couse ... bolstered by the [band's] seemingly effortless musicality". The single "Endless Art" is one of their best known charting successes. A House were managed throughout their career by Liam Crinion.

  2. Aphex Twin

    Aphex Twin

    Welsh, Composer

  3. Aztec Camera

    Aztec Camera


    Aztec Camera were a Scottish new wave band formed by Roddy Frame. Formed in 1980, the band released a total of six albums that were essentially written by Frame: High Land, Hard Rain (1983), Knife (1984), Love (1987), Stray (1990), Dreamland (1993) and Frestonia (1995). The band garnered popular success for the songs "Oblivious", "Somewhere in My Heart" and "Good Morning Britain" (a duet with former The Clash guitarist Mick Jones).

  4. Baby Ford

    Baby Ford


    Peter Ford, better known as Baby Ford, is a British electronic music record producer, known particularly for his contributions to the birth of acid house. He has also released material under the aliases Cassino Classix, El Mal, Solcyc, and Simprini Risin'.

  5. Barclay James Harvest

    Barclay James Harvest


    Barclay James Harvest are an English progressive rock band. They were founded in Manchester, in September 1966 by John Lees, Les Holroyd, Stuart "Woolly" Wolstenholme (1947–2010), and Mel Pritchard (1948–2004).

  6. Barenaked Ladies

    Barenaked Ladies

    Canadian, Musician

  7. Bash & Pop

    Bash & Pop

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    Bash & Pop was an American alternative rock group formed in 1992 by Tommy Stinson in Minneapolis, Minnesota, following the breakup of the Replacements. It released one album before breaking up in 1994.

  8. Belly



    Belly was an alternative rock band formed in 1991 by former Throwing Muses members Tanya Donelly (who was also in The Breeders) and Fred Abong. The band was based in Boston, Massachusetts, though all of the original members grew up in Newport, Rhode Island. The band consisted of Donelly on lead vocals and guitar, Abong on bass, Tom Gorman on guitar, and Chris Gorman on drums. Tom and Chris, who were brothers, were childhood friends of Donelly's; they had previously played in the hardcore punk band Verbal Assault. On at least one tour date (in February, 1993) in Albany, NY, former Throwing Muses member Leslie Langston lent a hand on bass.

  9. Betty Boo

    Betty Boo

    Scottish, Personality

  10. Bigod 20

    Bigod 20


    Bigod 20 was a German EBM and electro-industrial band which was formed in 1988 by music producers Andreas Tomalla (aka Talla 2XLC and formerly of the band Moskwa TV) and Markus Nikolai (aka Jallokin).

  11. Billie Ray Martin

    Billie Ray Martin

    German singer

  12. Blancmange



    Blancmange are an English synthpop band who came to prominence with a string of hits in the early to mid-1980s.

  13. Body Count

    Body Count


    Body Count is an American metal band formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1990. The group is fronted by Ice-T, who co-founded the group with lead guitarist Ernie C. out of their interest in heavy metal music. Ice-T took on the role of vocalist and writing the lyrics for most of the group's songs. Lead guitarist Ernie C has been responsible for writing the group's music. Their controversial self-titled debut album was released on Sire Records in 1992.

  14. Book of Love

    Book of Love


    Book of Love is an American synthpop and electronic band, formed in 1983 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and later based out of New York City. Led by vocalist Susan Ottaviano, the band also includes keyboardists Ted Ottaviano (no relation to Susan), Lauren Roselli and Jade Lee. The band gained its first exposure as the opening act for two Depeche Mode tours in 1985 and 1986. The group has been described by the Houston Press as "forward thinking" for lyrics dealing with sexual orientation and gender roles.

  15. Breathe (British band)

    Breathe (British band)


    Breathe was an English pop rock group that formed in the early 1980s.

  16. Brian Wilson

    Brian Wilson

    Songwriter, bassist, pianist, vocalist, producer, composer, arranger

  17. Bronx Style Bob

    Bronx Style Bob


  18. Climax Blues Band

    Climax Blues Band


    The Climax Blues Band (originally known as the Climax Chicago Blues Band) were formed in Stafford, England in 1968; founded by vocalist and harmonica player Colin Cooper (1939-2008), guitarist and vocalist Pete Haycock (1951-2013), guitarist Derek Holt (b. 1949), bassist and keyboardist Richard Jones (b. 1949), drummer George Newsome (b. 1947), and keyboardist Arthur Wood (1929-2005).

  19. D:Ream



    D:Ream were a Northern Irish pop and dance band of the 1990s. They had a UK Number One hit with "Things Can Only Get Better" in 1993 as well as eight more top 40 hits. They released two albums, both of which reached the top five. The group had an all-male line-up which varied in number, but mainly centred on lead singer Peter Cunnah. One of their former members was Brian Cox, who is now a professor of physics and a television presenter, though Cox did not perform on any of the band's hit singles and in fact only played piano on one recording, the final track of the band's first album.

  20. Dadawa



    Dadawa is the stage name of Zhu Zheqin (), a Chinese singer/songwriter and contemporary Chinese music’s first independent producer. Of Hunanese origin, ethnically Han and Miao, she was born in Guangzhou, China. Dadawa has been referred to as the "Chinese Enya". She has also been described as China's Ry Cooder, for her eclectic forays into world music including one recording and tour with Ireland's Chieftains. Dadawa has collaborated with composer/producer He Xuntian for several of her albums. A Shanghai music professor. In 1994 He Xuntian and Dadawa travelled to Tibet to research Tibetan culture and music. The result, Sister Drum (1995), her second album, was an international success, selling millions of copies worldwide. Following that, Dadawa's album Voices From The Sky was released in 1997. Dadawa was the first contemporary Chinese musician to have her music released globally, for which she has received an MTV award for her contribution to Asian music.

  21. Danielle Dax

    Danielle Dax

    British, Singer

  22. David Byrne

    David Byrne

    Scottish alternative rock musician and promoter of world music

  23. David Rudder

    David Rudder

    Trinidad and Tobago musician

  24. Deborah Harry

    Deborah Harry

    American actor and singer

  25. Dee Dee Ramone

    Dee Dee Ramone

    American musician

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