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Electric Boys

Sweden's Electric Boys were one of the first and most celebrated purveyors of the short-lived funk metal phenomenon of the late '80s and early '90s. Led by charismatic singer and guitarist Conny Bloom and with a splash of beatle-esque pop-psychedelia, the quartet garnered rave reviews and built an impressive following in Europe & America. Their creative juices were also quickly spent, causing the band to disintegrate into obscurity after only three albums.

In 1988, Conny Bloom formed Electric Boys with bassist Andy Christell in Stockholm. After scoring a significant domestic hit with their first single, "All Lips 'N' Hips," the group completed their line-up with guitarist Franco Santunione and powerhouse drummer Niclas Sigeval...

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Dynazty was formed in early 2008 by five young talents. This thunderous hard rock/heavy metal group dominated the Swedish live scene with its flamboyant shows and powerful anthems for many months before hooking up with producer Chris Laney to record a debut album.

For one month Dynazty worked with Laney at the Polar Studios in Stockholm, creating a fierce album that will make a lasting impression. This masterpiece will be known as "BRING THE THUNDER" and will be released worldwide on PERRIS RECORDS 2nd of June 2009.

Dynazty consists of Rob Love - guitars, formerly of Zan Clan, John Berg - guitars, formerly of Sharp, George Egg - drums and Joey Fox - Bass, both from Foxey and rising star Nils Molin on Vocals. Read ...

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Rough Diamond

Rough Diamond is a British Rock Band. Their are well-known because vocalist David Byron, ex-Uriah Heep, did vocals on their eponym album, released in 1977. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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