Rob Lord (born 1966 in Coventry, England) Rob recently scored Amazon Studios’ feature Troop Zero, directed by Bert and Bertie and starring Academy Award® winners Viola Davis and Allison Janney and works in film and television.
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The first free high-fidelity online music archive of downloadable songs on the Internet was the Internet Underground Music Archive (IUMA), which was started by Rob Lord, Jeff Patterson and Jon Luini from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1993.
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History. The Internet's first free high fidelity online music archive of downloadable songs was the Internet Underground Music Archive.  IUMA was started by Rob Lord, Jeff Patterson and Jon Luini from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1993  The realization of the market for these services grew widespread around the time of Napster, a music and file sharing service created by ...
Foundations Forum was the first exclusively heavy metal music industry convention, held annually from 1988–1997 in Los Angeles. The convention was set up by Concrete Marketing who had in January 1988 created the first industry trade magazine for the heavy metal world – Foundations.
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