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Marching Orders

Marching Orders was conceived in 2002. A 3 track demo was recorded, but the original lineup disbanded before playing live. After a years hiatus, the band was resurrected with Al on vocals being joined by Chris on drums, Ben on guitar and Ander on bass. After six months of songwriting and practice, the addition of Phil on lead guitar further solidified the bands musical direction.
This line up released the independent six track ‘Last Drinks’ EP in 2005 and in 2006 contributed two songs to a split 7” with Canada’s Alternate Action on Longshot records.

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The Exploited

The Exploited are a rock band from Edinburgh, Scotland. Initially formed during the second wave of UK punk rock, though their later albums (from 1987 on) are considered to be crossover thrash. Formed in early 1980 in Edinburgh by ex soldier Wattie Buchan, they signed to Secret Records in March 1981 and released debut Ep army life. The influential album Punk's Not Dead followed the same year. Despite seemingly constant line-up changes since their inception, the band has managed to maintain, develop, and evolve a highly influential style of punk.

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The Freaks

There are a few bands known as the Freaks. 1. Freaks: A house duet.
2. the Freaks: A Polish punk band
3. And this Dutch band whose this page is about. From: 2006 - 2009 Holland's most sexy upcoming band. Raw rock grooves and a funky swing sway that makes the audience go ape! The music is vibing and is a sexy mixture of various styles, originally woven into a whole. With a deviating line-up, containing organ and sax, givin' it even more freak edge! The melodies differ from dark rock sounds to happy jazzy and subtle funk flavours, never average, always correct.

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Bodies

There are multiple bands called Bodies.
1. Bodies (USA)
2. Bodies(Finland)
3. Bodies(Iceland)
4. Bodies(Australia) 1) A now inactive, hardcore / metal band from Louisville, Kentucky. Often described as, "a hellspun mixture from the bones of fornicators and the cinues of thieves and gluttons, the seeds of what would later be called Bodies were sown in the winter of 2004/2005. There, drummer Aaron Osbourne and guitar player Nick Dittmeier pursued their dream of drinking beer and listening to Black Flag every weekend at Dittmeiers house outside of Louisville, KY.

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antiheroes

UK Hiphop group consisting of Lee Scott aka Scottzilla and Salar. Known for their great wordplay and lyrical abilities. Wrote by coolplayer the gay

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The Business

The Business is an English Oi!/punk band formed in the late 1970s. Their classic album "Suburban Rebels" became a seminal record for the Oi! movement. Their biggest hit song in recent times, "England 5 - Germany 1", (based on a result of a World Cup Qualifying match in 2001), became a football anthem for England. They also took an early stance against political extremism with their "Oi Against Racism and Political Extremism But Still Against The System" tour.

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Horrorshow

There are at least three artists called Horrorshow. 1. Horrorshow are a two-piece Hip-Hop group from Sydney, Australia, with Solo as emcee and Adit providing the beats as DJ. Both from the inner-west suburbs of Sydney, at only 19 years old they began writing their music and are now among the most recent signings to independent Australian Hip-Hop label Elefant Traks. Their first album, "The Grey Space" was released through Elefant Traks on the 20th August, 2008 and was nominated for an ARIA Award for Best Urban Album.

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Street Dogs

Street Dogs is a punk rock band hailing from Boston, Massachusetts. The lead singer is Mike McColgan, former lead singer of Dropkick Murphys. In 1998, McColgan left Dropkick Murphys, after releasing their first full-length record, Do or Die, to pursue a life-long dream of becoming a firefighter for the Boston Fire Department. Street Dogs formed in 2002 after McColgan decided he could no longer stay away from music.

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