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Finger Eleven

  1. Finger Eleven are one of those bands that has been under the radar for years.
  2. Finger Eleven is a perfect example of a band that is dedicated to their craft unlike any other.

Three Doors Down

  1. Three doors down is a very old bath house.
  2. Three Doors Down is a perfect example of people in the community working together to provide solutions.
  3. On the right, three doors down, is a place with no name on the glass door.

Bloodhound Gang

  1. Bloodhound Gang are currently not available.
  2. Bloodhound Gang is a band that is a comedy act and they don't take themselves seriously.
  3. Bloodhound Gang is a lot like Tenacious D. They have wildly immature lyrics and so-so fashion sense, but the music is catchy as hell.
  4. Bloodhound Gang is a punk new metal rock band from Quakertown, PA. The bands lyrics are shocking and often the subject of controversy.
  5. The Bloodhound Gang is a American rock band with a punk-influenced sound.


  1. Audioslave is the eponymic debut album of Audioslave released in 2002 (see 2002 in music).
  2. Audioslave was never, ever a harmonious combination of musicians because of their irreversibly different, musical backgrounds.

A Catholic Education

  1. A CATHOLIC EDUCATION is a rollicking, energetic, and spirited debut froma band that is clearly having the time of its life.
  2. A Catholic Education is the debut album by British alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub, released in 1990.
  3. A catholic Education is an accomplished debut.

Afghan Whigs

  1. The Afghan Whigs were a soul -influenced American rock band from Cincinnati , Ohio .
  2. The Afghan Whigs were a soul-influenced rock band from Cincinnati.
  3. The Afghan Whigs were the first non-Northwestern U.S. band to record for the Sub Pop label.

Alanis Morissette

  1. Alanis Morissette is a Canadian-American 7-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter, and actress.
  2. Alanis Morissette is a Canadian-American singer-songwriter known for her contributions to the Alternative rock and pop-rock genre.
  3. Alanis Morissette is a dual-citizen Canadian-American singer-songwriter, record producer, and occasional actress.
  4. Alanis Morissette is a vegetarian singer and songwriter.
  5. Alanis Morissette was born and raised in Ottawa, Canada.


  1. An album is a collection of related audio tracks, released together commercially in an audio format to the public.
  2. The album is a concept album of sorts based on the works of russian author Vladamir Nabokov.
  3. The album is a diverse combination of punk, funk, spoken word, noise, 70's rock, acoustic guitar instrumentals, and even jazz.
  4. The album is a jubilant jaunt through gospel, soul and a little R&B-a musical encouragement that is as electric as the woman performing it.
  5. The album is a rich and varied musical banquet------strictly ital of course------lovingly prepared by a master chef.
  6. The album is a rough diamond of potential and promise.


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Amos Tori

  1. Artista, amos tori.
  2. Artiste, amos tori.
  3. Opinioni su amos tori.

And The Glass Handed Kites

  1. And the Glass Handed Kites is the title of Mew's 4th album.


  1. Apocalypso is a song by Danish indie rock band Mew, and the first single from their fourth album And the Glass Handed Kites.
  2. Much as I hate Mew swiping the song name "Apocalypso" from National Health, the song is very catchy.


  1. The band are followed as they travel 26 countries on their biggest world tour to date, playing to a total of two million people.
  2. The band are now starting to think of a title.
  3. The band is a six piece consisting of drums, bass, flute, two guitars and keyboards, with some members contributing the occasional (Swedish) vocals.
  4. The band was all about Billy, all of the time.
  5. The band was asked to play at David Bowie 's fiftieth birthday party at Madison Square Garden.


  1. Bandwagonesque is the third album by British alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub, released in 1991.
  2. Bandwagonesque is a great album but, like the majority of the Fannies output it does date very very quickly.
  3. Bandwagonesque is a bit rubbish, yet Grand Prix rules to bits.
  4. Bandwagonesque is a classic, but the melodies and the songs on Grand Prix are so good.
  5. Bandwagonesque was an instant classic.

Billy Corgan

  1. Billy Corgan is a douche, but I have to agree with most of what he says here.
  2. Billy Corgan is a douche.
  3. Billy Corgan is a great songwriter and here he crafted a raw, gritty gunge-alt album that was so much deeper than any of the music at the time.
  4. Billy Corgan is a man of various phases.
  5. Billy Corgan is a man who desperately wants to say something, in spite of or maybe because of the fact that he has nothing to say.


  1. Blur are a British band who've gone through all kinds of phases musically.
  2. Blur are an English rock band formed in Colchester in 1989.
  3. Blur are an English rock band that formed in Colchester in 1989.
  4. Blur is the name of a British rock band.
  5. Blur were one of the British bands who appeared in the wake of the Stone Roses 's eponymous album, mixing psychedelic pop rock with very loud guitars.

Bob Mould

  1. Bob Mould is a great musician and songwriter.
  2. Bob Mould is a songwriting genius.
  3. Bob Mould is one of my favourites musician of post-punk era.
  4. Bob Mould is one of the most amazing song writers rock and roll has to offer.
  5. Bob Mould is one of the unheralded geniuses in popular music over the past 25 years and this album stands as evidence of his brilliance.

Body of Song

  1. Body Of Song is a genuine attempt from a man who's been in a few directions and is now trying to gather the good bits from them all.
  2. Body of Song is a record that plays like a book.

Body Song

  1. A Body song is a corporate song every Christian can sing in unison with other believers about and from our common Christian life.
  2. A Body song is a specially crafted piece of music that can be understood by a wide audience.
  3. The Body Song is a CD for children ages 3 -6 years old.
  4. The Body Song is the brainchild of Vancouverite Anita Roberts, founder of SAFETEEN ( and parent of three.


  1. Boon was not the most refined singer in the world, yet his confident, assertive vocals made it easy to overlook his imperfections.
  2. Boon was thrown out the back door of the van and died instantly from a broken neck.


  1. The Breeders are an American alternative rock band formed in 1988 by Kim Deal of the Pixies and Throwing Muses ' Tanya Donelly.
  2. The Breeders were also recruited, in early 2002, to perform in an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
  3. The Breeders were without a drummer, so Albini suggested Britt Walford of Slint join for the recording sessions.

Cracker Albums

  1. Category:Cracker albums Articles in category "Cracker albums" There is 1 article in this category.
  2. Other Cracker albums sold better (i.e., Kerosene Hat), but to me, this is by far still THE best Cracker album.

Crumbling The Antiseptic Beauty

  1. Crumbling the Antiseptic Beauty is the debut album by British alternative rock band Felt, released in 1981.


  1. The Cure are an English rock band that formed in Crawley, Sussex in 1976.
  2. The Cure are an English rock band widely seen as one of the leading pioneers of the British alternative rock scene of the early 1980s.
  3. The Cure are often identified with the gothic rock subgenre of alternative rock, and are viewed as one of the form's definitive bands.

Deep Fried Fanclub

  1. Deep Fried Fanclub is a collection of alternative versions, rareties and b-sides by British alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub, released in 1995.
  2. Deep Fried Fanclub is a collection of alternative versions, rarities and b-sides by British alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub, released in 1995.

Double Nickels On The Dime

  1. Double Nickels On The Dime is one of punk's few double albums, a monument to intelligence and overflowing creativity.
  2. Double Nickels on the Dime is an album recorded by The Minutemen on the SST label in 1984.

Edwin Mccain

  1. Edwin McCain is a has recorded such hits as "I'll Be," "Solitude," and "I Could Not Ask for More", thereby achieving platinum-level status.
  2. Edwin McCain is a love song staple.
  3. Edwin McCain is a master.
  4. Edwin McCain is a practitioner of the same brand of middle American-sounding Cinemascope folk-rock as Hootie & The Blowfish.
  5. Edwin McCain is a real panic.

Everyone Into Position

  1. Everyone Into Position is a great follow-up to their debut album Effloresce.
  2. Everyone Into Position is the second album by British alternative rock band Oceansize, released on 19 September 2005.
  3. Everyone into Position is the second album by British progressive rock band Oceansize, released on 19 September 2005.


  1. The Feelies are remembered as one of the most underappreciated indie-rock bands of the 1980's and to this day have many fans throughout the world.
  2. The Feelies was an alternative rock band from Haledon, New Jersey.
  3. The Feelies was an alternative rock group from Hoboken, New Jersey.
  4. The Feelies were an alternative rock band from Haledon, New Jersey.
  5. The Feelies were an alternative rock group from Hoboken, New Jersey.

Four Non Blondes

  1. Four Non Blondes was a nineties alternative rock band.


  1. FRENGERS is a CD release from Danish atmospheric rock band Mew, led by singer Jonas Bjerre.
  2. Frengers is an album by Danish band Mew, released in 2003.
  3. Frengers was also released in Japan.
  4. Frengers was released 24 Apr 2003, and the most popular track is 156.


  1. For the word "fugazi", see fugazi on the Wiktionary.
  2. Fugazi is an American DIY post-hardcore band that formed in Washington, D.C. in 1987.
  3. Fugazi is an American alternative rock band that formed in Washington, D.C. in 1987.
  4. Fugazi was an American alternative rock band formed in Washington, D.C. in 1987.
  5. The group still needed a name, so MacKaye chose the word "fugazi" from Mark Baker's Nam, a compilation of stories from Vietnam War veterans.

Fugazi Albums

  1. Most of Fugazi albums have featured an instrumental song or two.
  2. Download Fugazi albums, tracks and songs for free with eMusic's trial subscription.


  1. Goth was as much a continental European phenomenon as it was British or American.
  2. However, the term "goth" did not become a label for a movement or "scene" until 1983[1].

Graham Coxon

  1. Graham Coxon is a funny fellow.
  2. Graham Coxon is a law unto himself.
  3. Graham Coxon is a musical genious, up there with the likes of Thom Yorke, capable of defining a whole style of music in brit-pop.
  4. Graham Coxon is a singer-songwriter and former guitarist with Britpop group Blur.
  5. Graham Coxon is a unique and colourful talent and future material performed hinted at a lengthy and fruitful solo career ahead.

Grand Prix

  1. Grand Prix is the fifth album by British alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub, released in 1995.
  2. Grand Prix was a rock ---n--- roll classic.

Grant Hart

  1. Grant Hart is a great drummer.
  2. Grant Hart was clearly a great drummer, and there's no hiding that fact.


  1. Grunge was a subgenre of alternative rock created in Aberdeen, Washington, in the mid-1980s.
  2. Grunge was a subgenre of alternative rock created in Seattle, Washington, in the mid-1980s.
  3. Grunge was based around a sludgy, murky guitar sound that synthesized heavy metal and punk rock.


  1. The guitars are fuzzy and distorted, and the chords are distinct, but unfortunately they're a little thin.
  2. The guitars are meaner, the vocals are rawer, the drums are more thunderous and the crowd noise transports you right into a KISS concert circa 1977.
  3. The guitars are thick and crunchy, the vocals rich and sprinkled with reverb, the beats powerful.

John Frusciante

  1. John Frusciante is a beautiful artist and an excellent guitarist.
  2. John Frusciante is a great man, and I look forward to any future releases from him.
  3. John Frusciante is a guitar god.

Laurie Anderson

  1. Laurie Anderson is a contemporary artist, who put others in the shade of intellectual mediocrity.
  2. Laurie Anderson is a fine example of a minimalist composer, dealing in the complexities of sound.
  3. Laurie Anderson is a graduate student in the Deaf Education-Secondary Masters program and she is a fellow teacher at Model Secondary School for the Deaf.
  4. Laurie Anderson is a musician and performance artist.
  5. Laurie Anderson is a perfomance artist.


  1. Lyrics are property and copyright of their owners.
  2. The lyrics are EXCELLENT, still poetic and personal but very clear in their anti-war stance.
  3. The lyrics are annoying for this one.
  4. The lyrics are delivered in a rap-like format for the most part, but the instrumentals feature a strong bass beat and some very jamming guitars.
  5. The lyrics are despondent, complimenting the quieter sections, yet the instrumental passages are furious and angry, belying the gentle despair of the words.


  1. Man-Made is the eighth album by British alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub, released in 2005.
  2. Man-Made is the eigth album by British alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub, released in 2005.
  3. Man-Made was recorded in Chicago in 2004, and produced by John McEntire of Tortoise.

Matthew Good

  1. Matthew Good is a musician who's set to release his ninth album, Hospital Music , this summer.
  2. Matthew Good is a rock musician from Coquitlam, BC, Canada, formerly of the Matthew Good Band , which was disbanded in 2002.
  3. Matthew Good is a social commentator advocating anti-war and human rights on his website
  4. Matthew Good is a strange fish - part creative genius, part a --hole.

Mccain Edwin

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  1. I learned more in my first year of college from the one word "Minutemen" than I did in all my classes, or anything.
  2. It was said that they took the name "Minutemen" because they confined every song to a minute.
  3. Minutemen were members of teams of select men from the American colonial militia during the American Revolutionary War .
  4. Minutemen: the band members for the influential and eclectic punk rock band grew up in San Pedro and the band was formed there.
  5. The MINUTEMEN were in their prime.

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