In 1985, Connecticut’s Erik Barath and Dennis Gergely birthed I.N.C. out of the frustration and annoyance arisen by the cookie-cutter bands plastering videos on the sole cable station to bring music alive and deliver it to the masses, MTV. This hunger to create more than the norm was what harnessed Erik and Dennis’ energy to form Indestructible Noise Command. Intent on not wasting their precious time on such feeble pursuits, they drove the angst they felt into the type of music they wanted to see assaulting them from off the small screen; Angry, resentful, aggressive, violent, and vicious. As soon as guitarist Anthony Fabrizi and ex-drummer Gary Duguay got on board, I.N.C. starting booking local gigs – playing anywhere that their message could be heard.
Quite similar to Björk as one of the most eccentric female vocalists in electronic music, Nicolette also knows how to pick producers who get the best out of her songs. She selected Plaid to mix it up on her political-minded single "No Government," while elsewhere the singer works with Alec Empire, 4Hero and Felix (Roni Size and Dillinja help out with remixes). Let No One Live Rent Free in Your Head is one of the most glowing moments of mid-'90s vocal electronica.
"Mick" Fleetwood is a British musician and actor, best known for his role as the drummer and co-founder of the rock band Fleetwood Mac. Fleetwood, whose surname was merged with that of John McVie to form the name of the band, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. "Something Big" is the fifth album by Mick Fleetwood, released 28 September 2004. The album features a number of guest musicians, featuring Fleetwood Mac's John McVie and Jeremy Spencer, and singer-songwriter Jackson Browne.