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Musicians
    (circa 1996- )
    Born in Brixton, United Kingdom
    The Very Rev. D. Wayne Love (Jake Black) - Vocals
    Larry Love (Rob Spragg) - Vocals
    Devlin Love (Zoe Devlin) - Vocals
    The Mountain of Love (Piers Marsh) - Programming, Keyboards, Harmonica
    Rock Freebase (Mark Sams) - Guitar
    Sir Eddie Real (Simon Edwards) - Percussion
    The Spirit (Orlando Harrison) - Keyboards
    LB Dope (Jonny Delafons) - Drums
    Harpo Strangelove (Nick Reynolds) - Harmonica
    Recorded Albums: 'Exile on Coldharbour Lane' (1997), 'La Peste' (2000), 'Power in the Blood' (2002), 'Last Train to Mashville Vol. 2' (2003), 'Outlaw' (2005), 'M.O.R.' (2007), 'Hits and Exit Wounds' (2008)
    Best known for 'Woke Up This Morning' (1997), the theme song to The Sopranos
    Known as A3 in America after Alabama threatened them with a lawsuit
    Most, if not all, members smoke like chimneys, even while performing.
    The band originally started under the gimmick that D. Wayne Love was an acid house evangelist and Larry Love and the rest of the bands were converts.
    Even members of the band have said that they don't find the comedy of the band's stage personas particularly funny.
    Confusingly, Larry Love calls himself Robbie Love when he does solo work.
    They are widely considered a one-hit wonder, and the members make it very clear that they're bitter about this.
    Some fans have complained that the members are rude or dismissive to talk to after shows.
    Despite their name, the members are all British and there are more than three of them.
    They sampled Jim Jones and one of his followers for 'Mao Tse Tung Said.'
    They call their music 'country acid house,' and their sound is unique.
    Legendary train robber Bruce Richard Reynolds called them 'the best fucking outlaw band there is today.'
    They named themselves in keeping with protest groups/defendants such as the Seattle Seven, the Birmingham Six, the Watergate Seven, or the Quincy Five.
    They are still finding new ways to arrange 'Woke Up This Morning.'
    Despite only being widely known for one song, they've had at least half a dozen of their other songs appear on soundtracks for movies or as background music in TV shows.
    Rock Freebase goes out of his way to interact with fans, talking with them after shows, being a regular on a fansite's message board and commenting on the band's YouTube videos.
    When they work with other musicians, the band is good about promoting and endorsing them long after.
    They worked with The Proclaimers on 'Sweet Joy.'
    Jake Black's real voice has an extremely thick Scottish accent, yet he has an incredibly convincing 'American' voice.
    A few members of the band have done impromptu shows on a whim.
    They've shared the stage with Stephen King and Mick Jones.
    'Woke Up This Morning' was originally about a woman who endured 20 years of spousal abuse that ended with her killing her husband.

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    In 2018, Out of 2 Votes: 0% Annoying
    In 2017, Out of 3 Votes: 66.67% Annoying
    In 2016, Out of 5 Votes: 80.0% Annoying
    In 2015, Out of 8 Votes: 87.50% Annoying
    In 2014, Out of 13 Votes: 53.85% Annoying
    In 2013, Out of 15 Votes: 66.67% Annoying
    In 2012, Out of 17 Votes: 76.47% Annoying
    In 2011, Out of 14 Votes: 92.86% Annoying
    In 2010, Out of 14 Votes: 78.57% Annoying
    In 2009, Out of 16 Votes: 56.25% Annoying
 
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