Some sites list the band name for this album as 'dBA', derived from dropping the '65' from name of their previous band (note, the case difference to the all lower case used currently). Album credits show it is Robbie and Shaz as the creative force behind it. Later albums, such as Spectrum, in 2001, and Twister, in 2002, and multiple promotional releases have been done under the dtox http://www.dtox.co.uk label. Besides working on and releasing their own albums, Robbie and Shaz also remix other artists - such as Chicane, Matt Darey, Howard Jones.2 Their own work has been played by dj's worldwide, both on the radio and in clubs.3 2) DBA - Downes Braide Association. Group created in 2012 of Geoff Downes and Chris Braide. 3) D.B.A. - 'Doing Business As' - can be found here D.B.A..
Correct ID3 tag should be 'D.B.A.' for this artist. Releases include: 'Doing Business As / The Album', 1999 4) DBA - Derringer / Bogert / Appice - can be found at either Derringer Bogert & Appice (has the album) or Derringer, Bogert & Appice (has the group photo). Correct ID3 tags should be (one of the above) for this artist. (Once determined which is the correct tag, please come back here and correct this entry.) Made up of Rick Derringer, Tim Bogert, Carmine Appice.
Releases include: 'Doing Business As...', 2001 5) DBA - Dead By April is here. Correct ID3 tag should be 'Dead By April' for this artist. Releases include: 'Falling Behind', 'Promotion 2007' 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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