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KOHL

There are at least 3 artists with this name: 1. A Japanese rock band Line-up: Vo, Gu: Tatsuki Nagao
Gu: Ryosuke Suich
Ba: HIDEO
Bt: Masahiro Kajitani A group of soft-rock with influences from punk.
(Kohl is the German word for cabbage.)
DISCOGRAPHY: Glider [maxi-single] (2004/03/11)
blue (2004/04/21)
Children and Memories [album] (2004/12/08)
falling off the chair (2005/07/13)
A [mini-album] (2006/02/08)
Umbrella (2006/10/04)
KOHL MY NAME [album] (2007/05/02) 2. A raw Black Metal act from the USA.

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Lucy

At least 6 artists are known as Lucy. 1. Lucy is the electronic producer Luca Mortellaro. In 2007, he released his first EP, "Open House" (Qoki Records), which immediately drew the attention of renowned artists, such as, James Holden. He his now hosted by meerestief label.Constantly searching for innovative sounds, Lucy's dj sets and live acts combine techno, minimal, neo-trance and electro, to create a vibe that is simultaneously energetic and gliding.

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Mirage

There are at least 13 bands named Mirage. 1) Mirage released numerous cover version megamixes of current pop hits during the eighties. Many of them were produced by Nigel Wright, sometimes together with Nigel Stock, John Davies & Robin Sellars. Mirage also had three vocalists that posed on the record-covers: Kiki Billy, Nicos Griffiths & Carlos Griffiths. 2) A cult hungarian new/darkwave band from the '80s.

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Machine

Numerous artists have used the name Machine, including: 1. HAKUEI (vocals) and Kiyoshi's (guitar) duo. Started in 1999. Hakuei's also PENICILLIN's vocalist and has a solo career, Kiyoshi has been in bands like media youth and Spread Beaver, as well as on a solo career. Machine began making fast, hard rock with a large emphasis on layers of post-production electronic work. As time progressed, Machine began to focus on a more straight-rock sound, while still incorporating elements of their older material sporadically.

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The Telephones

There is more than one artist with this name.
1) A Japanese electronic rock quartet formed in 2005.
2) A New York-based indie rock quartet formed in 2001.
1. A Japanese electronic rock quartet formed in 2005. The Telephones are Akira Ishige (石毛輝) - vocals, guitar, keyboard, Ryohei Nagashima (長島涼平) - bass & chorus, Nobuaki Okamoto (岡本伸明 ) - keyboard & chorus, and Seiji Matsumoto (松本誠治) - drums.

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Anubis

There is more than one band with this name: #1) An ambient studio project created in 1997 by Chris Deckker and Simon Posford. Their last track, Invocation, is contained in the album Eclipse: A Journey of Permanence & Impermanence released on Twisted Records UK in the 1998. #2) A Japanese Visual kei band formed in 2007. See also ANUBIS.

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Triceratops

There is more than one artist with this name: 1) A three-piece Japanese pop/rock band, composed of Sho Wada on vocals/guitar, Koji Hayashi on bass, and Yoshifumi Yoshida on drums. 2) A noise band out of Vancouver, Canada that gives much of their music away at trashrecords.org/triceratops/ 3) A hardcore band from Columbus, Ohio. 4) A doom/stoner metal band from Auckland, New Zealand. Their debut release was the 'Vs. Music' EP in 2011. Members: Aaron, Craig, Duncan, Jared. <a href="http://www.facebook.com/triceratops666" rel="nofollow">Facebook.</a>