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The Last Dinosaur are two friends (Jamie Cameron and Luke Hayden), from around Cambridge (England), which expands to a band when they play live. "Hooray! for Happiness", their debut album, was released in February 2010 (digital) and April 2010 (physical). On September 2010, 'Grow', surface online as an advance of their sophomore album "The Nothing". It was announced on December 2016 that the long-player would be released via Naim Records in July 2017. 'Atoms', the second track off the album, was launched on April. subscribe | web | spotify | like | follow .
Show Me a Dinosaur is a Russian instrumental band from Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation that formed in 2011. Their music is a blend of post-rock and post-metal with elements of ambient and shoegaze. http://www.facebook.com/showmeadinosaur .
Under the name Dinosaur L, avant-garde cellist/composer Arthur Russell and a number of his New York City based associates were responsible for the first disco single released on Sire. That 1978 single, "Kiss Me Again," featured guitar from David Byrne (Talking Heads), bass from Wilbur Bascomb Jr (a seasoned session hand), drums from Allan Schwartzberg (another journeyman who had worked with the likes of Yoko Ono, Bob James, and Tom Verlaine), vocals from Myriam Naomi Valle (a member of Desmond Child & Rouge), and cello and production work from Russell. Though the spectacular single failed to catch fire commercially, it...
Dinosaur Pile-Up are an English alternative rock band who formed in late 2007. Hailing from Leeds, West Yorkshire. Current members are lead singer and guitarist Matt Bigland, drummer Mike Sheils and bassist Johnny Seymour. They are also often compared with the Seattle grunge scene of the early 90s. Dinosaur Pile-Up formed after Matt Bigland's old band Mother Vulpine split up back in 2007. Matt had been creating songs used for Dinosaur Pile-Up whilst he was in Mother Vulpine. Matt recorded a demo tape consisting of the songs "My Rock 'n' Roll", "Love Is a Boat and We're Sinking", "Melanin", "Let's...
The king of the eurodisco sound in the 1970's. Alec wrote for and produced many disco artists including Love and Kisses, Don Ray, Tony Rallo, Cerrone, Paris Connection, Sphinx, Sumeria and Alan Hawkshaw. Alec's "solo" albums contain some of the greatest eurodisco tracks of all time. His albums often had a historical or classical theme, the best known of these being "Romeo and Juliet", which was used in the disco movie "Thank God it's Friday" (although it was not on the soundtrack album). Disco is often slammed for being unambitious and - to put it mildly - subintellectual, but you...