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  • Bang or bangs may refer to: Bang, Bushehr, a village in Iran Bang, Lorestan, a village in Iran Bangs, Ohio Bangs, Texas Bang (surname) Bangs (surname)
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  • Bang! are a British happy hardcore group from the late 1990s originally consisting of producer Nick Arnold, Tom Orton and female vocalist Donna Grassie
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  • Funking Conservatory (redirect from !Bang!)
    wrestling promotion called "!Bang!" Members of the school and promotion had a chance to appear on its television show !Bang! TV. In 1999, while he was in
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  • "Bang Bang" as the "fastest, [and] most aggressive song on the album". Craig Mclean for Q described the song as a "jolt of frantic, melodic hardcore"
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  • music described as post-hardcore. Post-hardcore is a punk rock music genre that maintains the aggression and intensity of hardcore punk but emphasizes a
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  • Clubland X-Treme Hardcore are a series of compilation albums from Clubland released by Universal Music TV, AATW. Disc 1 Scooter – Weekend 4:49 Drunkenmunky
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  • producing a series of films starring her. She was the new hardcore star in her early gang bangs, such as the superhero spoof Sordid Stories with Pink Stiletto
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  • The Bonkers series was one of the leading happy hardcore compilation series in the UK. The first release was in 1996 on record label React (now Resist)
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  • Emo (redirect from Emotional hardcore)
    as a style of post-hardcore from the mid-1980s hardcore punk movement in Washington, D.C., where it was known as emotional hardcore or emocore and pioneered
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  • Heavyweight Championship (1 time, current) Funking Conservatory FC! BANG Hardcore Championship (1 time, current) Great North Wrestling GNW Canadian Championship
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  • the second studio album by American hardcore punk band Bane, released in 2001. Lyrically, it focuses on the hardcore scene, as well as themes of dreams
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  • on chart hit "Shooting Star" in 2002, originally recorded by happy hardcore act Bang!. This reached number 3 in the UK. She featured with Flip & Fill on
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  • "BBBB - Big Bang Beat Base - BBB 1.02 released !". Archived from the original on 2009-01-30. Retrieved 2008-03-02. Hardcore Gaming 101: Big Bang Beat: 1st
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  • Screamo (redirect from Hardcore emo)
    such as Orchid, Saetia, and Pg. 99. Screamo is strongly influenced by hardcore punk and characterized by the use of screamed vocals. Lyrical themes usually
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  • Banging the Drum is an album by Scream released in 1986 through Dischord Records. "Banging the Drum" – 0:55 "People People" – 5:15 "I.C.Y.U.O.D." – 4:38
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  • replaced by skater styles with long fringes or bangs. In the 2010s, pop punk fans took on a more hardcore look, with shorter hair (including Liberty spikes
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  • Rye Rye (redirect from Hardcore Girls)
    her album included "Gangsta Girl" with Zakee, "Bang" with M.I.A., "Wassup Wassup" with DJ Diplo, "Hardcore Girls" with The Count & Sinden and "Reasons"
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  • hardcore scene. He is currently living in Venice, California with his wife, model Siew Longhorn. Straight Edge Revenge (1987) New York City Hardcore -
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  • of the post-hardcore band Four Letter Lie, in which he played drums from 2004 to 2009. He left them to become drummer for the post-hardcore band Scary
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  • Bang Your Head!!! is a heavy metal and hard rock festival held annually in Germany. First held in 1996 as a one-day indoor event in the Stefan-Hartmann-Halle
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