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The Sonics (US)

The Sonics are a garage rock band formed 1960 in Tacoma, Washington, United States, the band's original members were Gerry Roslie (vocals, piano, organ), Larry Parypa (guitar), Andy Parypa (bass), Rob Lind (saxophone) and Bob Bennett (drums). The band's loud, powerful sound is often considered to be extremely influential on the later psychedelic and punk genres.

Forming in the wake of the early-'60s success of local favorites the Kingsmen and the Wailers (whose Etiquette label they recorded for), the Sonics combined classic Northwest-area teen band raunch with early English band grit (particularly influenced by the Kinks), relentless rhythmic drive, and unabashed '50s-style blues shouting for a combination that still makes the...

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The Strollers

At least 11 bands are named The Strollers:

1) A doo-wop group from New York. They are well known with their 1961-single 'Come On Over'.

2) An UK indie-rock band who changed their name into Dark Sparks.

3) An obscure Malaysian band who recorded only one psychedelic album in 1973 titled 'Waiting Is...'.

4) A Swedish garage revival band:

In 1992, three thirteen year olds started out playing Chuck Berry covers under the name Free Force. They soon changed personnel and became The Strollers. Before long they had built up a good reputation, playing 60s punk at dances and parties in their hometown rebro. Their main influence was US 60's garage music such as; The Music Machine, 13th Floor Ele...

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