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Chromeo is a Canadian electro-funk duo from Montreal, formed in 2004 by musicians David "How" Macklovitch and Patrick "2" Gemayel.Their sound draws from blue-eyed soul, dance music, rock, synth-pop, disco and funk.
In May 2007, Nguyen began filming for a reality show which first aired on MTV on October 9, 2007, as A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila.The program was a bisexual-themed dating show where 16 straight men and 16 lesbian women competed for Nguyen's affections, the twist being that the contestants were not aware of her bisexuality until the end of the first episode.
Robin Andrew Guthrie (born 4 January 1962) is a Scottish musician, songwriter, composer, record producer and audio engineer, best known as the co-founder of the alternative rock band Cocteau Twins.
History. The band was formed in 1997 in Winnipeg, Manitoba by John K. Samson, after he left the punk band Propagandhi to start a publishing company. Samson joined bassist John P. Sutton and drummer Jason Tait of Red Fisher, another band from Winnipeg's punk scene, and created The Weakerthans as a vehicle for a more melodic and introspective brand of songwriting than their previous projects.
Neon Bible is the second studio album by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire.It was first released on March 5, 2007, in Europe and a day later in North America by Merge Records.
DeArmond had gained popularity before her porn career, as an internet personality with over 300,000 friends on Myspace. After meeting porn director Eon McKai on MySpace, she did her first scene for the film Neu Wave Hookers. DeArmond is currently the host of a show titled Dirty/Nerdy on Vivid Radio for Sirius XM.
Lemar Obika (born 4 April 1978), known as Lemar, is an English singer, songwriter and record producer.Initially rising to fame after finishing third on the first series of British talent show Fame Academy, he was later signed to Sony BMG, where he has gone on to release five studio albums, three of which are certified platinum or double platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI).
The band's Myspace page was added in 2006 with four songs available to listen: "Dirty Old Man", "Switch Hitter", "Big Spill" and "Take No Prisoners". Another song titled "Black Fly" was made available as a music video on YouTube in 2007. This song is, actually, a dance influenced track, which is a departure from hard rock style of T(S)R.