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Curve

      
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1.Lush         > 20x
2.Ride         16.0x
3.Slowdive         11.5x
4.Leftfield         7.6x
5.Cocteau Twins         7.3x
6.The Sisters of Mercy         7.1x
7.Sneaker Pimps         7.1x
8.Massive Attack         6.3x
9.The Jesus and Mary Chain         6.3x
10.Portishead         6.3x
11.Siouxsie and the Banshees         6.0x
12.VNV Nation         5.2x
13.Depeche Mode         5.0x
14.PJ Harvey         4.3x
15.My Bloody Valentine         4.2x
16.Dead Can Dance         4.1x
17.The Chemical Brothers         4.1x
18.The Creatures         4.0x
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24.Aphex Twin         3.3x
25.Siouxsie Sioux         3.1x
26.Frou Frou         3.1x
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28.Pixies         3.0x
29.The Crystal Method         3.0x
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31.Front 242         2.6x
32.Hooverphonic         2.5x
33.Orbital         2.3x
34.Pulp         2.2x
35.Skinny Puppy         2.1x
36.Covenant         2.0x
37.The Cure         2.0x
38.They Might Be Giants         1.9x
39.Ramones         1.8x
40.Ministry         1.7x
41.Blondie         1.6x
42.Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds         1.6x
43.The Clash         1.6x
44.Imogen Heap         1.5x
45.A Perfect Circle         1.5x
46.Garbage         1.5x
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49.Talking Heads         < 1.5x
50.Tom Waits         < 1.5x
51.Peter Murphy         < 1.5x
52.Front Line Assembly         < 1.5x
53.Einstürzende Neubauten         < 1.5x
54.The Police         < 1.5x
55.The Cardigans         < 1.5x
56.David Bowie         < 1.5x
57.Nine Inch Nails         < 1.5x
Curve were an English alternative rock/electronic duo from London, formed in 1990 and split in 2005. The band consisted of Toni Halliday (vocals, occasionally guitar) and Dean Garcia (bass, guitar, drums, programming). Halliday wrote also the lyrics of their songs and they both contributed to songwriting. An important collaborator was the producer Alan Moulder, who helped them to shape their blend of heavy beats and densely layered guitar tracks set against Halliday's vocals. During the years, the band's sound evolved from a guitar-based shoegazing style to a more electronic... more