Too True is a 2014 album by the Dum Dum girls.
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Kenneth Stuart Stringfellow is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, arranger, and producer. Best known for his work with The Posies, R.E.M., and the re-formed Big Star, Stringfellow's discography includes more than 200 albums.
Behind the Curtain is a compilation album by English rock band Wire. It was released in 1995, composed of outtakes and early versions of songs from 1977–1978. Amongst the first songs on the compilation come from the band's first live performance at The Roxy in London in April 1977. Following these are officially previously unreleased studio tracks, and previously unreleased versions of songs that were released in finished versions.
Mighty Joe Plum was an American alternative rock band active in the late 1990s. They are best known for their US radio hit, "Live Through This ".
Too True to Be Good (1932) is a comedy written by playwright George Bernard Shaw at the age of 76. Subtitled "A Collection of Stage Sermons by a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature", it moves from surreal allegory to the "stage sermons" in which characters discuss political, scientific and other developments of the day. The second act of the play contains a character based on Shaw's friend T. E. Lawrence.
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Dir En Grey is a Japanese heavy metal band formed in 1997 and currently signed to Firewall Div., a sub-division of Free-Will. With a consistent lineup of vocalist Kyo, guitarists Kaoru and Die, bassist Toshiya and drummer Shinya, they have released ten full-length records. Numerous stylistic changes have made the genre of their music difficult to determine, though it is generally considered to be a form of metal. Originally a visual kei band, the members later opted for less dramatic attire, but the band has continued to maintain some sort of visual orientation.
Everything is all that exists. Everything may also refer to:
Die Krupps is a German industrial metal/EBM band, formed in 1980 by Jürgen Engler and Bernward Malaka in Düsseldorf.
DumDum Boys is a Norwegian rock band from Trondheim. They were formerly known as Wannskrækk.
David Michael Alexander was an American musician, best known as the original bassist for influential protopunk band The Stooges.
"Box of Rain" is a song by the Grateful Dead, from their 1970 album American Beauty. The song was composed by bassist Phil Lesh and lyricist Robert Hunter, and sung by Lesh. In later years, the song was a favorite and the crowd would shout "Let Phil sing!" to hear the song.
Richard Gottehrer is an American songwriter, record producer and record label executive. In 1997, he founded The Orchard, an independent music and video distribution company.
Skateboards 2 Scrapers is an EP by Bay area rap group The Pack, released on December 19, 2006. It includes the hit single "Vans", which was ranked as the fifth best song on Rolling Stone's 100 Best Songs of 2006 list. The second single was "I'm Shinin'". The whole album was produced by Young L.
"Dum Dum Diddle" is a song by ABBA, released on their 1976 album Arrival. In 1977 it was released as a single in Argentina on the RCA label.
"Düm Tek Tek" is a song by Belgian-born Turkish singer Hadise that was performed as the Turkish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow, Russia.
Sujith Vasudevan I, better known by his stage name Sharreth', is an Indian music director and singer. He predominantly composes film scores and songs for Malayalam films, but has gone on to compose for Tamil, Telugu and Hindi films too. He won the Filmfare Award for the best music director in 2008. He won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Music Director in 2011 for the film Ivan Megharoopan. He was also the first recipient of the Kerala State Film Award for Best Classical Music Singer for his song Bhavayami in the film Meghatheertham. He was one of the permanent judges of Idea Star Singer till the end of Season 5 and played a huge role in making the show a rage across Kerala. From 26 September 2011, he has become a judge along with Bhavagayakan P. Jayachandran on the Amrita TV musical reality show Super Star – the Ultimate. From May 2012, he has become a judge along with Ouseppachan and S. P. Shylaja on the Kairali TV Ghandharava sangeetham 2012. From February 2013, he has become a judge along with K. S. Chithra, Sreenivas and Sujatha on the Mazhavil manorama Indian Voice season 2 and Indian Voice Juinor. His memoir titled Aathmaraagam (ആത്മരാഗം) was published by Litmus Publications in 2014. Now he is the permanent judge of Mazhavil Manorama musical reality show Super 4.
Dum Dum Girls is an American rock band, formed in 2008. It began as the bedroom recording project of singer and songwriter Dee Dee. She is currently based in Los Angeles. The name is a double homage to the Vaselines' album Dum Dum and the Iggy Pop song "Dum Dum Boys". The last name "Penny" was erroneously provided by British music magazine NME.
Tamaryn is a vocalist and songwriter born in New Zealand and now based in the United States. Since 2008, Tamaryn has released three studio albums, an EP and several singles. Her multifaceted style melds various genres such as dream pop, shoegaze, post-punk, gothic rock, synth-pop and electronic.
Asides Besides is a compilation album by Talk Talk, released April 1998. It is a collection of rarities, B-sides and demos previously unavailable on CD. It was issued as a companion volume to the band's 1997 album remasters and has been described as "[tying] up loose ends" in the band's career. The album received positive reviews. The album only contains tracks from the 1982–1988 period, as EMI could only obtain rights for Talk Talk music from this period. An album of rarities for Talk Talk's career after 1988 was released in 2001 as Missing Pieces.
End of Daze is the fourth EP by Dum Dum Girls, released September 25, 2012 by Sub Pop. This was the third Dum Dum Girls recording produced by Richard Gottehrer and the Raveonettes' Sune Rose Wagner, and the fourth overall for Gottehrer.
Nadine Petra Katarina Shah is an English singer, songwriter and musician.
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"Dum Dum" is a song written by Jackie DeShannon and Sharon Sheeley and performed by Brenda Lee. The song reached #4 on the Billboard Hot 100, #4 in Australia, and #22 in the UK in 1961. It was featured on her 1961 album, All the Way.
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