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Nutmeg

Nutmeg

Nutmeg


There are several artists using this name. 1. Rapper from Phoenix, AZ. Released Ghetto's Child in 1995. 2) Nutmeg is an alternative rock band from Sweden. In December 2008 they released their first album called "The Trigger". They play high energy rock songs with influences from Tom Waits, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Blood Brothers, PJ Harvey, At the Drive-In, ...and you will know us by the trail of dead, bob hund, Rentokiller, QOTSA, Fanfare Ciocarlia and many many many more. Read more on Last.fm
There are several artists using this name. 1. Rapper from Phoenix, AZ. Released Ghetto's Child in 1995. 2) Nutmeg is an alternative rock band from Sweden. In December 2008 they released their first album called "The Trigger".

They play high energy rock songs with influences from Tom Waits, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Blood Brothers, PJ Harvey, At the Drive-In, ...and you will know us by the trail of dead, bob hund, Rentokiller, QOTSA, Fanfare Ciocarlia and many many many more. Lineup: henke - vocals/guitars träsk - piano/organ makka - bass johan - drums bq - guitars/vocals http://www.nutmeg.se 3) Nutmeg is a pseudonym used by Dego McFarlane of 4Hero, under which he released four broken beat 12"s since 2001 on the Italian label Neroli: 'Oscar's Shed' (2001), 'State of Mind' (2003), 'Change' (2006) and 'Nutmeg' (2008). 4) Nutmeg is a German psychedelic improvisational band, founded in 1996. The band has discontinued regular gigging and named itself a "phantom band", recording or playing private gigs every other year. http://www.myspace.com/nutmegdermythos Christian D.

(drums) Tim E. (guitars) Michael H. (bass) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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