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  ipedia.com: The Chemical Brothers Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Initially they called themselves "The Dust Brothers", after the noted US production duo of the same name, but their burgeoning popularity and the threat of legal action from the originals led them to change their name in 1995.
Early in 1994 however, The Dust Brothers are approached in the club one Sunday by Noel Gallagher, from Oasis, who at the time were becoming one of the most prominent guitar bands in Britain.
Later in the summer, The Brothers headlined the Glastonbury dance tent on the Friday night, followed by a short UK tour which ends in December and includes headlining Homelands Scotland on September 4.
www.ipedia.com /the_chemical_brothers.html   (3937 words)

  
 Fight club soundtrack - Fight Club | PopMatters Multimedia Review
The Dust Brothers - Fight Club - User Reviews - Yahoo!
Give the Dust Brothers credit for trying to make a soundtrack that isn’t simply 15 stupid hits
Fight Club, review by Josh Lee -- It's thorough blandness renders it from the movie's Dust Brothers-composed soundtrack, as well as songs by Korn,
jj1club.recommendlist.com /rl/jj1club-fight-club-soundtrack.htm   (266 words)

  
 CANOE -- JAM! Music: Beck to release remix of 'Guero'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Genre-bending singer Beck will re-release his latest album "Guero" as a fully reworked and remixed version callled "Guerolito."
According to MTV.com, the retooled album will feature remixes of "Guero" songs by the Beastie Boys' Ad Rock, the Dust Brothers' John King and Scottish duo Boards of Canada.
It will also include remixes previously released as B-sides.
jam.canoe.ca /Music/2005/10/20/1271081-ca.html   (159 words)

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