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The Revolution is an American band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1979 by Prince, serving as his live band and later as his studio band. The band's sound incorporated rock, pop, R&B, funk, new wave and psychedelic elements. Along with Prince's other projects, the Revolution helped create the Minneapolis sound. By the time of their 1986 breakup, the Revolution had backed Prince on two studio albums, two soundtracks and two videos.
After making its studio album debut on 1999 (1982), the Revolution rose to international fame with Purple Rain (1984), which reached number one on the Billboard 200 and became certified 13× Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The band achieved its second number-one Billboard 200 album with Around the World in a Day in 1985. They charted six top 10 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, including three number-ones: "Let's Go Crazy", "When Doves Cry" and "Kiss". The band officially disbanded in 1986 after the Hit n Run – Parade Tour, which supported Parade, the soundtrack for Under the Cherry Moon. Following Prince's death in 2016, the band announced reunion shows. The Revolution has won three Grammy Awards.
Holly Rachel Candy, known professionally as Holly Valance, is an Australian model, actress and singer. Valance began her acting career on the Australian soap opera Neighbours, as Felicity Scully. She released her first album, Footprints, which provided her top 3 singles, "Kiss Kiss", "Down Boy" (September) and "Naughty Girl" (December). By that time she had relocated to Los Angeles. Her second and final album, State of Mind, appeared in November 2003. Her film roles include, DOA: Dead or Alive (2006), Pledge This! (2006), Taken (2008) and Kambakkht Ishq (2009). Valance has lived in her mother's native United Kingdom since 2009 and became a contestant on the BBC One dance competition Strictly Come Dancing in 2011. In 2013, she was a mentor and judge of fashion competition, Shopaholic Showdown. In September 2012, Valance married British property developer Nick Candy; the couple have two children.
The Jerry Garcia Band was a San Francisco Bay Area rock band led by Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead. Garcia founded the band in 1975; it remained the most important of his various side projects until his death in 1995. The band regularly toured and recorded sporadically throughout its twenty-year existence, generally, but not always, during breaks in the Grateful Dead's schedule.
Over the years, the lineup of the Jerry Garcia Band changed many times. The one constant member besides Garcia himself was bassist John Kahn, who served as Garcia's principal musical collaborator outside of the Grateful Dead after 1970. Melvin Seals had the next longest tenure, serving as keyboardist from 1980 onward.
Wovenhand (also stylized Woven Hand) is an American rock band from Denver, Colorado, United States, led by former 16 Horsepower frontman David Eugene Edwards.
Wovenhand's songs are known for their strong and unsettling Biblical references, influenced by Edwards' atypically dark approach to his Christian faith.
The band began in 2001 as a solo project for Edwards while 16 Horsepower was taking a temporary hiatus. Wovenhand's first live shows were performed by Edwards and multi-instrumentalist Daniel McMahon; the self-titled debut album was released in 2002 on Glitterhouse Records. Performances following this record featured Edwards, McMahon, drummer Ordy Garrison and cellist Paul Fonfara. 2003 saw the release of Blush Music, the score to a dance performance mostly composed of reworked material from the first record. Touring behind this album featured Shane Trost replacing Fonfara.
Penelope Scott is an American musician, singer-songwriter, and producer. She has self-produced all of her own music. After releasing the compilation albums Junkyard (2020) and The Junkyard 2 (2020), Scott released her debut album, Public Void, in August 2020. Her song "Rät" peaked at 29 on Billboard's Hot Rock & Alternative Songs Chart. Scott's latest EP Hazards released in 2021.
Scott began learning the piano at the age of eight. In middle and high school, she focused on writing lyrics and learning how to record. Scott began publishing her songs online while taking a music production class in college. She released the compilation album Junkyard on February 27, 2020, followed shortly by the release of The Junkyard 2 on May 13, 2020. The latter explores themes of emotional labor, healthcare and insecurity. A song from the second album, "Sweet Hibiscus Tea", went viral that same month. Scott later expressed surprise at the success of The Junkyard 2 given its lack of mixing. Her college courses aided in her mixing skills, though she also took courses in philosophy and computer science.
Tom Tom Club is an American new wave band founded in 1981 by husband-and-wife team Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth and as a side project from Talking Heads. Their best known songs include the UK top 10 hit "Wordy Rappinghood" and the US top 40 hit "Genius of Love", both from their 1981 debut album, and a cover of The Drifters' "Under the Boardwalk" that reached the UK top 30.
More Friends Over is the third studio album by Japanese singer Erina Mano.
The album was released on 28 March 2012 in Japan under the label hachama. It reached the 27th place in the ranking of Oricon sales. It also comes in a limited edition with a different cover and a DVD containing extra video clips and making-of.
The album contains five tracks: eleven songs and four interludes, two of the songs were already previously released as singles in 2011: Seishun no Serenade and My Days for You. Those of single Doki Doki Baby/Tasogare Kosaten released the previous month are not included (but on the compilation Best Friends in 2013), although the making of his wallet and one of his video clip shown on the DVD.
Stray Kids (Korean: 스트레이 키즈; RR: Seuteurei Kijeu; often abbreviated as SKZ) is a South Korean boy band formed by JYP Entertainment through the 2017 reality show of the same name. The group is composed of eight members: Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin, and I.N. Originally a nine-piece group, member Woojin left due to undisclosed personal reasons in October 2019. Stray Kids released their pre-debut extended play (EP) Mixtape in January 2018 and officially debuted on March 25 with the EP I Am Not.
The group's name "Stray Kids" was not defined by JYP Entertainment but conceptualized by the members themselves. It originally referred to a lost child who wants to chase their dreams and later evolved to represent the idea of finding a way together out of the ordinary.
"Your New Boyfriend" is the sixth single by English singer-songwriter, YouTuber, and Twitch streamer William Gold, better known online as Wilbur Soot. The song was released on 11 December 2020, and appeared at number 100 on the midweek UK chart, published by the Official Charts Company, for the week of 14 December. It officially debuted at number 83 on the UK Singles Chart on 18 December 2020, later peaking at number 65 on 8 January 2021. The song was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on 13 May 2022 for streams and sales amounting to 500,000 units in the US.
"Your New Boyfriend" is the finale in a trilogy of songs about its focal character, Lonely Boy, being in love with an e-girl. The two prior installments in the trilogy, "I'm in Love with an E-Girl" and "Internet Ruined Me", were both in similar style to "Your New Boyfriend". The song featured background vocals from musician Chevy.
Jordan Schmidt (born February 26, 1988) is a Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum songwriter and music producer. He has co-written, engineered or produced songs for Kane Brown, Morgan Wallen, Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton, blackbear, Dan + Shay, Keith Urban, Nelly, Florida Georgia Line, The Band Camino, HARDY, Tyler Hubbard, Kid Rock, Calum Scott, Granger Smith, Chris Lane, One Ok Rock, Old Dominion, Chase Rice, Dustin Lynch, Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Mitchell Tenpenny, Jimmie Allen, Ingrid Andress, Rodney Atkins, Mason Ramsey, All Time Low, and many others. Schmidt currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee.
Schmidt was born in Duluth, Minnesota, United States. Drawn to music at an early age, Schmidt picked up the guitar when he was 10 years old, and began recording local artists by the time he was 16. In 2006, he moved to College Park, Maryland where he took a job assisting for Matt Squire. After working with Matt, he moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota and started producing & engineering for acts like Motion City Soundtrack, Quietdrive, Sing It Loud, You, Me, and Everyone We Know, Jamestown Story, Paradise Fears, and The Role Call, quickly becoming one of the Midwest's most sought after producers.
Friday Night Funkin' (often abbreviated to FNF) is an open-source donationware rhythm game first released in 2020 for a game jam. The game was developed by a team of four Newgrounds users, Cameron "Ninjamuffin99" Taylor, David "PhantomArcade" Brown, Isaac "Kawai Sprite" Garcia, and evilsk8r. The game shares some gameplay features with Dance Dance Revolution and PaRappa the Rapper and borrows aesthetic influences from Flash games. The game has been credited with driving users back to Newgrounds, a site whose popularity peaked in the early 2000s.
The game revolves around the player character, Boyfriend, who must defeat a variety of characters in singing and rapping contests in order to date his love interest, Girlfriend. Gameplay revolves around mimicking the opponent's notes with timed inputs while avoiding running out of health for the duration of the song.
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