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The Others

This UK ‘guerrilla rock’ band is dominated by the imposing figure of Dominic Masters (b. Somerset, England), lead singer, main spokesperson and, most frequently, the subject matter of the Others’ songs. Formed at the start of the new millennium by Masters, Jimmy Lager (guitar), Johnny Others (bass) and Martin Oldham (drums), the band built up a cult following through constant touring and so-called ‘guerrilla gigs’, which included sets played on a London Underground train, in the middle of a busy ring road, and in Masters’ one-bedroom London flat. The quartet’s loyal fanbase, dubbed ‘the 853 Kamikaze Stage Diving Division’, helped promote the Others beyond the London independent circuit, although the band’s close association with hip UK band the Libertines undoubtedly helped as well. The Others’ cause was further boosted when UK music industry veteran Alan McGee (the man who discovered Oasis) was recruited as their manager. McGee signed the band to his Poptones label and helped them land a major contract with the Vertigo division of Mercury Records at the start of 2004.

The Others’ debut single, ‘This Is For The Poor’, was released the same May. Detailing Masters’ troubled childhood and adolescence, the single was hailed in certain, excitable quarters of the UK press as the defining UK rock moment of the year. In reality, the quartet’s rudimentary grasp of post-punk dynamics failed to come across as effectively on a studio recording as it did on their admittedly thrilling live sets. The follow-up, ‘Stan Bowles’, named after a maverick soccer player who played for the London-based QPR team in the 70s, attracted further notoriety with lyrics about the troubled Peter Doherty of the Libertines. Another underdog anthem ‘Lackey’ preceded the release of the Others’ self-titled debut album in January 2005. The album was heavily criticised in the UK music press and the band quickly parted company with Poptones. Their second album, Inward Parts, was released on the Lime Records label in late 2006.
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The Others is one producer, he works closely with Caspa, Subscape, and Rusko with DubPolice Records. The Similar Artists is actually spot on, they just need to add Caspa in there to top it off.
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The hip hop one has a song with wax tailor that was great but they don't have a station
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I don't think so because there is a song by Caspa & The Others.
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The others consists of benga and caspa I believe I forget
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The Others (Rock) or The Others (Electronica ) ?
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this similar artist crap is a joke....
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There's a hip hop krew called the others as well... Both the dubstep namesake and the hip hop namesake are dope
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@ragincajun2 2 8 8 fabriclive is a mixtape basically, and caspa and rusko just mixed all the songs together. rusko isn't the only person that makes good dubstep.... heres a list of who made all the tracks on fabriclive.3 7 - http://en.wi k i p e d i a . o r g / w i k i / F a b r i c L i v e . 3 7
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I thought Africa VIP was by Rusko? Who is this "The Others"?
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I guess there's another band called the others....Pa n d o r a should fix the similar artists.

(((STOP RECOMMENDING ME PUNK ROCK ON MY DUB STATIONS)))
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How are The Ramones at all similar to The Others? Are there a lot of f**k up's like this on pandora? I mean, it looked pretty thorough before, but now i keep seeing s**t like this all the time, keep trying to listen to dub step and it gives me similar artists like this, not at all helpfull.
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bigs ups to the others, saw this kid in denver, knows how to throw out some jungle... thanks for a great show!

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