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The band Motor Ace was founded in 1998. Before coming to fame, the band got it’s start in 0. Generally, music journalists would define Motor Ace’s style within the genre/s of alternative rock, and other rock music.

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Dallas Crane

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Big Heavy Stuff

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Epicure

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Waikiki

Waikiki were a rock group from Sydney, Australia, consisting of sister and brother Juanita Stein (bass/vocals) and Joel Stein (guitar/vocals), and Glenn Moule (drums) and Jimmy (or Jimmeh) Brandon (guitar). A new bass player Brendan Picchio joined the band in ... [wikipedia]
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Pollyanna

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Taxiride

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Deadstar

Deadstar (styled as deadstar) were an Australian pop rock band formed in August 1995 by Peter Jones (Crowded House) on drums and percussion; Caroline Kennedy on lead vocals and guitar; and Barry Palmer (Hunters & Collectors) on guitar and bass guitar. They rel... [wikipedia]
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The Mavis’s

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The Cops

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Antiskeptic

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Something With Numbers

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Skulker

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Screamfeeder

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Ammonia

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Skunkhour

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