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People who like the musical artist you searched for, are this much more likely to like each artist below, than the average person is.         > 20x
2.Covenant         > 20x
3.VNV Nation         > 20x
4.Kidneythieves         > 20x
5.The Birthday Massacre         16.5x
6.Funker Vogt         15.9x
7.Combichrist         15.7x
8.And One         12.8x
9.Wumpscut:         10.2x
10.Ayria         9.5x
11.Switchblade Symphony         9.0x
12.Imperative Reaction         8.1x
13.The Crüxshadows         8.1x
14.Assemblage 23         7.3x
15.De/Vision         6.9x
16.Blutengel         6.9x
17.Razed in Black         6.5x
18.Lacuna Coil         5.8x
19.Icon of Coil         4.8x
20.Zeromancer         4.5x
21.Project Pitchfork         4.4x
22.KMFDM         4.2x
23.VAST         3.8x
24.Spineshank         3.7x
25.Apocalyptica         3.6x
26.Orgy         3.6x
27.Front 242         3.5x
28.Velvet Acid Christ         3.5x
29.Clan of Xymox         3.5x
30.Angelspit         3.2x
31.Depeche Mode         3.2x
32.Portishead         3.2x
33.Garbage         2.9x
34.Siouxsie and the Banshees         2.7x
35.Jack Off Jill         2.7x
36.Puscifer         2.1x
37.A Perfect Circle         2.0x
38.Peter Murphy         2.0x
39.Front Line Assembly         2.0x
40.Alice in Chains         1.9x
41.Massive Attack         1.9x
42.Deftones         1.8x
43.The Cure         1.7x
44.Bauhaus         1.5x
45.White Zombie         < 1.5x
46.Delerium         < 1.5x
47.Korn         < 1.5x
48.Dead Can Dance         < 1.5x
Collide is a music duo founded in 1992, in Los Angeles, California, USA, that has incorporated elements of trip hop, synthpop and music from the Middle East into their sound. Their imagery is said[by whom?] to be a wicked and neo-dark version of Scheherazade Arabian Nights tales. The name comes from the 'collision' of musical styles, primarily the ethereal vocals provided by kaRIN and the electronic music provided by Statik. Collide's debut album, Beneath the Skin, was released in 1996, followed by a remix album, Distort, in 1998 containing remixes by... more