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  2. Apr 19, 2020 · This list of garage rock bands includes all garage rock bands from music history, so that means garage rock revival bands like The White Stripes and Arctic Monkeys are included on here with the likes of The Stooges, The Kinks and MC5. You'll also see popular garage rock bands like The Black Keys on this poll of top garage bands.

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  3. The Sonics are a garage rock band formed 1960 in Tacoma, Washington, United States, the band's original members were Gerry Roslie (vocals, piano,… Cleopatrick 152,947 listeners Cleopatrick is a Canadian heavy alt-rock duo from Cobourg, Ontario. They have their own record label, called Nowhere Special Recordings. Childhood… Skegss 141,410 listeners

  4. Nov 2, 2016 · Listen to the best garage bands Best garage bands of all time Preview E timeout Preview E 1 Have Love Will Travel The Sonics 2:40 2 Wild Thing The Troggs 2:34 3 Wooly Bully Sam The Sham &...

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  5. There are at least three bands called The Horrors: 1) A psychedelic/garage rock/post-punk band from Essex, England. 2) A garage rock/punk… Eagles of Death Metal 881,435 listeners Eagles of Death Metal is an American rock band which formed in Palm Desert, California in 1998. The band consists of Jesse Hughes (vocals, guitar)… The Sonics

  6. Jan 29, 2018 · Here are the 50 Best Garage Rock Albums of All Time: 50. The Standells: Dirty Water (1966) Music scenes were still very much regional when The Standells released “Dirty Water,” a 1965 single...

  7. Garage Rock was a simple, raw form of rock & roll created by a number of American bands in the mid-'60s. Inspired by British Invasion bands like the Beatles, Kinks, and Rolling Stones, these midwestern American groups played a variation on British Invasion rock.

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