Jangle Pop Bands and Artists List

 
 
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    R.E.M.
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    Morrissey
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    The Smiths
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    The Cranberries
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    Goo Goo Dolls
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    The Stone Roses
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    The Bangles
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    The Byrds
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    Michael Stipe
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    Guster
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    Crowded House
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    Gin Blossoms
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    Belle & Sebastian
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    The New Pornographers
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    Edie Brickell
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    10,000 Maniacs
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    The Replacements
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    Hootie & the Blowfish
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    Best Coast
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    Girls
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    The Coral
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    The Housemartins
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    Teenage Fanclub
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    The Hush Sound
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    Peter Buck
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    The Church
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    Bill Berry
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    Mike Mills
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    Robyn Hitchcock
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    The Smithereens
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    The Rembrandts
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    Deep Blue Something
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    Nneka
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    Blessid Union of Souls
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    Sloan
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    Camper Van Beethoven
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    The Wedding Present
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    Kino
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    Real Estate
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    The Go-Betweens
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    Bibio
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    Belly
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    Debbi Peterson
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    The Connells
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    The Bluetones
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    Felt
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    The Refreshments
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    The Primitives
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    Chris Bell
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    Smith Westerns
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