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R.A.I.D. (band)

R.A.I.D, an abbreviation for Rueban and the Imperium Division, is a crossover thrash band that originated out of Hyderabad, India. The band began in 2016, simply known as Rueban.

                                               

Ruby Falls (band)

Ruby Falls was a New York City-based math rock band active from 1992 to 2000. Later in their history, the band consisted of entirely female musicians, leading M.R. Newmark of PopMatters to describe them as "the only all-female math-rock band of a ...

                                               

Haunt (band)

Haunt are an American heavy metal band from Fresno, California. The band was originally created as a solo project by Trevor William Church. As such, he is technically the only original member in the lineup. Church is also the sole songwriter and ...

                                               

Meadowlark (band)

Meadowlark were initially a trio made up of McGill, Broadley, and Carl Jones. McGill, who had until that point been known for her covers of popular songs, which she posted on her YouTube channel, announced the formation of the band on 22 March 20 ...

                                               

Reverence

Reverence may refer to: Reverence emotion a subjective response to something excellent in a personal way Reverence attitude, the acknowledgement of the legitimacy of the power of ones superior or superiors

                                               

Crossing Over

Crossing Over may refer to: "Crossing Over" a song by Van Halen on the Japanese release of their 1995 album Balance "Crossing Over", a song by Five Finger Death Punch from the 2009 album War Is the Answer Crossing Over, a 2001 book by John Edward ...

                                               

Adel Dahdal

Adel Dahdal is a record producer and mix engineer based in Stockholm, Sweden. His credits include work with artists such as Neiked, Sandro Cavazza, Zara Larsson, Miriam Bryant, The Sounds, Undressd, Liamoo, Rikard Wolff, Rudimental, Ace Wilder, M ...

                                               

Scott Holman (American football)

Holman played for the Oregon Ducks and was a starter as a junior and senior. He finished his collegiate career with 48 receptions for 782 yards and four touchdowns.

                                               

Fourplay (disambiguation)

4 Play, 2005 album by Berlin Fourplay The Sensational Alex Harvey Band album, 1977 Fourplay Double Exposure album 4Play, a 2014 album by rapper Gashi Four Play album, a 1990 jazz album by Clifford Jordan, Richard Davis, James Williams and Ronnie ...

                                               

Autopilot (disambiguation)

The autopilot, or automatic pilot, is an aircraft system that automatically maintains a predetermined route or trajectory. Autopilot may also refer to:

                                               

Hidden Details

Hidden Details is the first album released under the Soft Machine moniker since Land of Cockayne in 1981. Musicians from the former-Soft Machine operated under the name "Soft Machine Legacy" from 2004 until dropping the "Legacy" from their name i ...

                                               

Say Hello (Breathe song)

Say Hello was released in the United Kingdom and Europe on 3 September 1990, as Breathes first single from the album Peace of Mind, and twelfth overall. It was not issued as a single in the United States by A&M Records, which had issued "Say ...

                                               

Saccharomyces cerevisiae virus L-A

Saccharomyces cerevisiae virus L-A, also called L-A helper virus, is a member of the Totiviridae family of viruses found primarily in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Its discovery in the 1970s was the main starting point of research on yeast virology. ...

                                               

FU Tauri

FU Tauri is a brown dwarf binary system in the constellation of Taurus about 429 light years away. The secondary is very close to the lower limit for brown dwarfs and several databases list it as a distant massive exoplanet.

                                               

Side by Side (police band)

The Side by Side is an American police band made up of eight active police officers in the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia. Based in the capital of Washington D.C., it was originally composed of members of the MPDC as w ...

                                               

Baby Cele

Cele gained recognition for her role as Kaltego Rathebe, a character she portrayed for eight years on the now defunct e.tv youth television show Backstage. She went on to play the role of Thandeka in the SABC1 sitcom "My Perfect Family". In 2011, ...

                                               

The Good, the Bad & the Queen discography

The discography of The Good, the Bad & the Queen, a British art rock supergroup formed in London in 2005. The group consisted of vocalist and instrumentalist Damon Albarn, bassist Paul Simonon, guitarrist Simon Tong, and drummer Tony Allen. Consi ...

                                               

Equus

Equus may refer to: Equus comics, a comic book character; an opponent of Superman Equus genus, a genus of animals including horses, donkeys and zebras Equus magazine, American monthly lifestyle magazine for horse enthusiasts Equus film, a film ad ...

                                               

Aries (song)

Aries is a song by British virtual band Gorillaz featuring London musician Georgia and Peter Hook of the bands Joy Division and New Order. The track was released on 9 April 2020 as the third single for Gorillaz Song Machine project, which involve ...

                                               

The Destroyer (Part 2)

The Destroyer is the fourth studio album by Canadian electronic music project TR/ST, fronted by Robert Alfons. Released on November 1, 2019 through Alfonss Grouch record label, it is the second half of the two-part album with the same name; the f ...

                                               

Choirboy (disambiguation)

Choirboy is a boy member of a choir, also known as a treble Choirboy and variants may also refer to: The Choirboys film, a 1977 film adaptation of the novel starring Perry King The Choirboys, the early name of British rock band The Quireboys The ...

                                               

Chester Watson (rapper)

Chester Watson was born to separated parents in St. Louis, Missouri. He rarely saw his father, who has been a producer for Three 6 Mafia and a keyboard player for Con Funk Shun and Bar-Kays. He grew up in Clearwater, Florida and spent several yea ...

                                               

Slaughter Beach, Dog

Slaughter Beach, Dog is a folk rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Jake Ewald formed in 2014. Initially starting as one of Ewalds solo projects away from Modern Baseball, the group was realized after an indefinite hiatus of Modern Baseba ...

                                               

Discharge

Discharge, the act of firing a gun Discharge, or termination of employment, the end of an employees duration with an employer Military discharge, the release of a member of the armed forces from service

                                               

Neil Brockbank

Neil Brockbank was a British record producer, audio engineer and bass player. He is known for working in close collaboration with Nick Lowe spanning 25 years, producing all of Lowes albums since 1994s The Impossible Bird.

                                               

Chris Duffy

Chris Duffy may refer to: Christopher Duffy born 1936, British military historian Chris Duffy footballer, born 1973, English footballer defender Chris Duffy baseball born 1980, American baseball player Christian Duffy born 1961, American bodybuil ...

                                               

Dennis Wilson (disambiguation)

Dennis Wilson was an American musician and one of the original members of The Beach Boys. Dennis or Denis Wilson may also refer to: Dennis Wilson composer 1920–1989, British composer of television scores E. Denis Wilson, American physician after ...

                                               

SLK (group)

SLK were a British grime crew from Northwest London. Their debut single "Hype! Hype!", produced by Sticky and featuring Lady Envy, reached No. 22 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 3 on the UK Dance Singles Chart. In 2014, Complex magazine included ...

                                               

Mythology (disambiguation)

Mythology is a collection of myths, or the study of them. Mythology or Mythologies may also refer to: Mythology comic book, an Indian comic book created by Illustrated Orchids Mythology fiction or canon, the official notion of the overarching plo ...

                                               

Bunbury

Bunbury Conservation Reserve, a protected area in South Australia. Bunbury, South Australia, a locality Bunbury, Western Australia suburb, the suburb containing the city centre City of Bunbury, the local government area Bunbury Airport Electoral ...

                                               

Carla J. Easton

Carla Jennifer Easton is a singer-songwriter from Carluke, Scotland. Easton has been a member of the bands Futuristic Retro Champions and TeenCanteen and currently is the keyboard player for The Vaselines while also pursuing a solo career, first ...

                                               

Austin High School

Austin High School may refer to Austin Community Academy High School, Chicago, Illinois Stephen F. Austin High School Houston, Texas, Houston, Texas Stephen F. Austin High School Fort Bend County, Texas, near Austin Catholic High School Michigan, ...

                                               

Flowmotion

Jeff Niedbalski, professionally known by his stage name Flowmotion, is an American Trip-Hop musician from South Bend, Indiana.

                                               

Yamaha Portasound

Yamaha Portasound electronic musical keyboards were produced by the Yamaha Corporation during the 1980s and 1990s. The name suggests the instruments portability, with battery operation being a consistent feature across the line. Many of these key ...

                                               

Marcus King

Marcus King is an American musician, singer, songwriter and guitarist. He is best known as the frontman, lead singer and guitarist for The Marcus King Band.

                                               

Best of the Worst

Best of the Worst may refer to: Best of the Worst TV program, a 1991–1992 American television program hosted by Greg Kinnear which aired on Fox Best of the Worst, a regularly-released web series in which members of Red Letter Media watch and revi ...

                                               

Beyond the Door (album)

Beyond the Door is the seventh album by American rock band Redd Kross, released in 2019 on Merge Records. It features guest appearances by former Redd Kross member Gere Fennelly, Buzz Osborne of The Melvins & Josh Klinghoffer of Red Hot Chili Pep ...

                                               

Big Road

Big Road is an album by the David Bromberg Band. It was released on CD, LP, and as a digital download on April 17, 2020. The CD also includes a DVD video of the band playing several of the songs on the album. For Big Road, musician, singer, and s ...

                                               

40 (Sunnyboys album)

40 is a greatest hits/re-issue album by the Australian power pop group, Sunnyboys. 40 is a re-issue of the four songs on the groups debut self-titled extended play and adding four new studio recordings of songs from the Jeremy Oxley archive. The ...

                                               

Mssv

Baggetta and Watt recorded Wall of Flowers with drummer Jim Keltner but after releasing it Keltner was averse to travel so Stephen Hodges was brought in to tour the album; Hodges had previously worked with Watt on the latters second solo album, C ...

                                               

Mainliner

Mainliner or Mainliners may refer to: "Mainliner", a person who takes drugs intravenously "Mainliner", a specific prefix name given to a number of aircraft operated by United Airlines and possibly others "Mainliner", a person who lives on the Pen ...

                                               

List of Pose characters

Pose is an American drama series about New York Citys African-American and Latino LGBTQ and gender-nonconforming ballroom culture scene in the 1980s and, in the second season, early 1990s. The series features an ensemble cast including Evan Peter ...

                                               

Heavy Machinery (professional wrestling)

Tucker Knight made his first televised main roster appearance at the Greatest Royal Rumble event in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, entering the Royal Rumble match at #24 and eliminating Drew Gulak before being eliminated by Big E. On the December 17 episo ...

                                               

Bisexual (disambiguation)

Bisexual, in human sexuality, describes a man or woman that is sexually or romantically attracted to persons of more than one gender. Bisexual may also refer to: Bisexual characteristics, having an ambiguous sexual identity e.g. epicenity or andr ...

                                               

Nordmore og Romsdal Fotballkrets

The Nordmore og Romsdal Fotballkrets is one of the 18 district organisations of the Norwegian Football Federation. It administers lower tier football in the traditional districts of Nordmore and Romsdal.

                                               

The Union (Marvel Superhero Team)

The Union is a fictional UK superhero team that appear in Comic Books published by Marvel. The Union will have both old and new superhero’s within it, including British hero Union Jack Joseph Chapman and a major new character Britannia who will l ...

                                               

Elizabeth Cardozo Barker

Elizabeth Cardozo Barker was the founder of Cardozo Sisters Hairstylists in Washington, D.C. She was also a president of the D.C. Cosmetology Board.

                                               

The Chuck Dukowski Sextet

The Chuck Dukowski Sextet is a band featuring former Black Flag bassist Chuck Dukowski. The band is called a sextet even though they only have four members.

                                               

Imperial Triumphant

Imperial Triumphant was formed in 2005 by Zachary Ilya Ezrin in New York City, New York. Imperial Triumphants second album, Abyssal Gods, was released in March 2015. Described by No Clean Singings Austin Weber, "Abyssal Gods, is overall a thoroug ...

                                               

Sounds of Liberation

Sounds of Liberation was an American jazz collective formed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the early 1970s. They got their start in the progressive neighborhood of Germantown, Philadelphia. The band had close ties to the Black Arts Movement of ...