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  1. Fight the Sky

    Fight the Sky

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    Fight the Sky is a post-hardcore band from Sacramento, California, best known for being the heavier side-project of Papa Roach lead singer Jacoby Shaddix.


  2. The Morlocks

    The Morlocks

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    The Morlocks is an American garage rock band from San Diego, California, which formed in 1984. In its first incarnation, the band consisted of guitarist Tommy Clarke, bassist Jeff Lucas (see Jeffrey Luck Lucas), drummer Mark Mullen, as well as vocalist Leighton Koizumi and guitarist Ted Friedman, former members of the Gravedigger Five. After splitting up in 1987, the group reformed under Koizumi with a different lineup. As of 2011 the band is currently touring China and preparing to record a new album.


  3. Phallucy

    Phallucy

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    Phallucy was a rock/alternative metal band from Sacramento, California. The band's drummer, Abe Cunningham, later became the drummer with the band Deftones, which is now a worldwide success. Phallucy has reunited three times: in 1999, 2001 and finally in 2009 for the Chi Cheng Benefit Show in San Francisco along with Death Angel and other special guests.


  4. Network

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    The Network is a six-piece New Wave band. They released their début album Money Money 2020 on Adeline Records on September 30, 2003. A re-release of the album, with two bonus tracks, followed in 2004. The band is speculated to be a side project of the punk rock band Green Day. They have remained inactive since a live performance since October 13, 2005 when they opened for Green Day at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco, California.


  5. Celtic Spring

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    Celtic Spring is an Irish-American dance and fiddle band from California, United States. The family band combine Irish Traditional Music with Irish and Cape Breton step dancing. The members of Celtic Spring are all members of the Wood family.


  6. The Marketts

    The Marketts

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    The Marketts were an American instrumental pop group, formed in Hollywood, California. They are best known for their 1963 million-seller, "Out of Limits". Michael Z. Gordon formed the Marketts in January 1961. The British music magazine NME noted that "Surfer's Stomp" was doing well Stateside.


  7. Chokebore

    Chokebore

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    Chokebore is an American indie rock band formed in the early 1990s in Honolulu, Hawaii, and subsequently based in Los Angeles, California.


  8. Tinfed

    Tinfed

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    Tinfed was an electronic rock band from California that consisted of Reyka Osburn (vocals, guitar), Eric Stenman (guitar), Matt McCord (drums, percussion) and Rick Verrett (bass). They contributed to the Mission: Impossible II Soundtrack with the song "Immune" from the album Tried + True. In 2006, a Myspace page was created containing a few songs from different eras in the band's career to expose their entire body of work. They released four albums before disbanding in August 2003.


  9. Moonpools & Caterpillars

    Moonpools & Caterpillars

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    Moonpools & Caterpillars was a Filipino American rock band based in California. The band was most popular in the 1990s.


  10. Hoods

    Hoods

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    Hoods is a hardcore punk band from Sacramento, California. Formed in 1994 by Mike (Hood) Mraz who later added Logan Murray, Tony Goodloe and Billy Gaffney. With influences such as Madball, Sick of it All, Minor Threat and Cro Mags. The Hoods were known as one of the hardest working bands. They released their first EP entitled Once Again in 1996 and concentrated their efforts on live performances. After numerous fights between fans and an altercation between a couple of the band members and a City Police officer the band was more or less forced out of the Sacramento area for some time. Not to be discouraged the band decided to concentrate their efforts on the bay area playing show's with the likes of Powerhouse out of Oakland and Redemption 87 as well as Skin Lab. In 1997 after a disagreement with fellow band mates and his mothers illness Billy felt it was time to move on who was then replaced by Jeremy. Soon after Billy's departure Logan and Tony moved on as well where they were then replaced by Ben and Mario. Mike is the sole member of the band and the only origanal member left. After many attempts the Hoods were dropped from Victory Records, Hoods signed with Eulogy Recordings in 2005 and released The King Is Dead. The group released a new album, Ghetto Blaster, on April 24, 2007. The newest release "Pit Beast" dropped in late May 2009. Mike Hood is no longer in Suicide Krew.


  11. Legal Weapon

    Legal Weapon

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    Legal Weapon are a Southern California punk band, initially composed of singer Kat Arthur, guitarist Brian Hansen, drummer Charlie Vartanian, bassist Patricia Morrison (formerly of The Bags and later of The Gun Club, The Sisters of Mercy and The Damned) and guitarist Mike R. Livingston.


  12. Beachwood Sparks

    Beachwood Sparks

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    Beachwood Sparks are an American alternative country band from Los Angeles. A Daily Telegraph article on America's underground psychedelic pop scene described Beachwood Sparks as "country through a kaleidoscope".


  13. Brougham

    Brougham

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    Brougham was a short-lived rap rock/nu metal side project founded by Jason Slater (Snake River Conspiracy, ex-Third Eye Blind), and his childhood friend Luke Oakson aka Luke Sick (Sacred Hoop) in Palo Alto, California, USA. Brougham recorded an album, Le Cock Sportif, for Warner Bros. Records in 2000. The album was a commercial flop. Only a few tracks appeared on hard-rock radio stations and shows before the band eventually dissolved.


  14. Daniel Amos

    Daniel Amos

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    Daniel Amos (aka D. A., ) is an American Christian rock band formed in 1974 by Terry Scott Taylor on guitars and vocals, Marty Dieckmeyer on bass guitar, Steve Baxter on guitars and Jerry Chamberlain on lead guitars. Current members include bassist Tim Chandler, guitarist Greg Flesch and drummer Ed McTaggart. Over the band's career, they have experimented with country rock, rock, New Wave, and alternative rock.


  15. Lagwagon

    Lagwagon

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    Lagwagon is a Californian punk rock band originally from Goleta, just outside Santa Barbara, California. They formed in 1990 and went on hiatus and reunited several times over the years. Their name comes from the band's tour van, which can be seen on the back cover of their 1994 second album Trashed.


  16. Lusk (band)

    Lusk (band)

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    Lusk was a short-lived psychedelic rock "supergroup" featuring members from Tool, Replicants, Failure and Medicine.


  17. The Bel-Airs

    The Bel-Airs

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    The Bel-Airs were an early and influential surf rock band from South Bay, Los Angeles, active in the early 1960s.


  18. The Mermen

    The Mermen

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    The Mermen are an American rock band from San Francisco, California that formed in 1989. The group's sound was originally rooted in surf and psychedelic rock music of the 1960s, although they have made "sincere attempts to get away from the surf music label" and currently delves into many genres, mainly influenced by the band's founder, songwriter and guitarist Jim Thomas' modern melodic visions. The band's music is entirely instrumental and "does a good job of defying description". In concert, the Mermen almost always performs as a trio: electric guitar, electric bass, and drums. They were featured in the soundtrack of the popular Sony PlayStation video game Road Rash 3-D and have contributed music for films as well.


  19. Cascades, The

    Cascades, The

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    The Cascades were an American vocal group best known for the single "Rhythm of the Rain", recorded in 1962, an international hit the following year.


  20. Boy Howdy

    Boy Howdy

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    Boy Howdy was an American country music band. It was founded in 1990 in Los Angeles, California, United States by Jeffrey Steele (lead vocals, bass guitar), Hugh Wright (drums), and brothers Cary (guitar, mandolin, vocals) and Larry Park (guitar, fiddle, vocals). Between 1992 and 1995, the band recorded two albums (1992's Welcome to Howdywood and 1995's Born That Way) and an extended play (1994's She'd Give Anything), all on the Curb Records label. In that same time span, Boy Howdy charted seven singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts, including the Top Ten hits "She'd Give Anything" and "They Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore." After Boy Howdy disbanded in 1996, frontman Jeffrey Steele embarked on a solo career, recording several solo albums, in addition to writing more than sixty hit singles for other country acts.


  21. Until June

    Until June

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    Until June (originally Juune) is an American alternative-rock band, from the Hollywood district of Los Angeles, California. Formed in 2001, the band debuted on Flicker Records.


  22. Comets On Fire

    Comets On Fire

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    Comets on Fire is an American noise rock band from Santa Cruz, California. The band was formed in 1999 by guitarist and vocalist Ethan Miller and longtime friend bassist Ben Flashman, who were seeking to create rhythmically and sonically intense music that paid no attention to categorizations.


  23. Possum Dixon

    Possum Dixon

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    Possum Dixon was an American alternative rock band, which existed between 1989 and 1999. Fronted by singer/songwriter/bassist Rob Zabrecky, the group's neo-new wave pop and post punk style first appeared among a string of early independently released 7 inch singles and on their self-titled debut on Interscope Records in 1993. Zabrecky's lyrical content often described love lost and slacker life in Los Angeles.


  24. Totally Insane

    Totally Insane

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    Totally Insane was a hip hop group from East Palo Alto, California, whose members were Mac-10, Ad Kapone and Scoot Dogg. They were signed to In-a-Minute Records from 1991 to 1995.


  25. 8 Stops 7

    8 Stops 7

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    8stops7 is a hard rock band from Ventura, California.


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