Nick Drake and Renaissance. Spangleland is stylistically atypical, featuring somewhat weird epics. Sites: Discogs.  A Nashville, TN, USA, pop punk / emo band, with members of Dependency and début EP Better Off Alone (Jun 2011, Blood and Ink). Sites: Twitter and Facebook.  A defunct Japanese j-pop seiyuu group / seiyū group (声優ユニット), formed in 2008 (aka Ｆｒｉｅｎｄｓ). The group is an all-female sextet of: 小林ゆう (Yu Kobayashi), 下田麻美 (Asami Shimoda), 桜井 真子 (Mako Sakurai - more-commonly / ambiguously known as Mako), 明坂聡美 (Satomi Akesaka), 本多陽子 (Yohko Honda) and 阿澄佳奈 (Kana Asumi). As Friends, the débuted with single "ニセモノ" (5 Nov 2008), followed by albums: 今日の5の2 BGM集 音祭り春夏秋冬 (Dec 2008), Best Friends (Jan 2009) and Friendship (Sept 2009). The band promoted / cross-marketed television anime 今日の5の2 (romanised Kyo no Go no Ni - Today in Class 5-2) and consisted of series' seiyuu / seiyū (声優, voice-over thespians).
They performed the opening / end themes throughout the series and, as common with seiyuu groups, were dissolved with its 2009 discontinuation. Sakurai is best know as a member of Bon-Bon Blanco. Sites: Ja.Wikipedia.  A Swedish pop group which split 2004. They contested Eurovision 2001 and parted when two members founded Nina & Kim.  A defunct UK psych-folk trio, of: Peter Howell, John Ferdinando and Ruth Cubbin (vocals). Their only album was Fragile (1972). Howell and Ferdinando also released albums as Agincourt / Ithaca. Sites: Discogs.  A defunct USA 70s jazz rock group, with members: John Abercrombie, Clint Houston, Jeff Williams and Marc Cohen.
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