Xero

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Don't you think it's time 01:41 Tools
The Girls 03:10 Tools
Reading My Eyes 02:56 Tools
Fuse 03:19 Tools
Rhinestone 03:35 Tools
Stick N Move 02:35 Tools
Talk Anymore 02:35 Tools
Pista Audio 01 00:00 Tools
Pista Audio 02 00:00 Tools
Stick N' Move 00:00 Tools
Pista Audio 03 02:46 Tools
Pista Audio 04 00:00 Tools
Cutting Loose 04:27 Tools
Stick'n'Move 00:00 Tools
Stick 'n Move 00:00 Tools
Hold on 00:00 Tools
Stick 'N' Move 00:00 Tools
Alive (Instrumental) 00:00 Tools
Lone Wolf 00:00 Tools
Oh baby 03:53 Tools
Stick'n move 00:00 Tools
Crazy Eddie 00:00 Tools
Stick n´move 00:00 Tools
Closing 00:00 Tools
Be Alright 00:00 Tools
Cuttin' loose 00:00 Tools
The Misfits 00:00 Tools
Every Kiddy Gets A Prize 00:00 Tools
Love And Anarchy 00:00 Tools
Stick N'Move 00:00 Tools
g - remember 00:00 Tools
Super Xero 00:00 Tools
Fiends 00:00 Tools
The Surrendering 00:00 Tools
Dedicated 00:00 Tools
Stick And Move 00:00 Tools
Stick Nnmove 00:00 Tools
Killer frog 00:00 Tools
In the end (demo) 00:00 Tools
Girls 00:00 Tools
Fiends (feat. 007) 00:00 Tools
Faceless 00:00 Tools
Judgement Day - Original Mix 00:00 Tools
02-Reading My Eyes 00:00 Tools
Radio Rocker (Leigh Outrages Stomp Mix) 00:00 Tools
Ground Xero 00:00 Tools
Who I Am (Intro) 00:00 Tools
Vertical Limit 00:00 Tools
Intrology (Explosion Remix) 00:00 Tools
Stick 'N' Move (Extreme Guitar Remix) 00:00 Tools
Esaul 00:00 Tools
01-Rhinestone 00:00 Tools
03-Fuse 00:00 Tools
Birthright 00:00 Tools
strangers, immigrants & bandits 00:00 Tools
Not Gonna Wait (Feat. GAB) 00:00 Tools
StickNMove 00:00 Tools
Oh Baby! 00:00 Tools
A Place For My Head (Demo) 00:00 Tools
Reading my Eyes (Demo) 00:00 Tools
Fuse (Demo) 00:00 Tools
By Myself (Demo) 00:00 Tools
Come Home 00:00 Tools
Stick`n Move 00:00 Tools
She Couldn't 00:00 Tools
Rhinestone (Demo) 00:00 Tools
Fans 00:00 Tools
Sinking Ship, Pt 1 00:00 Tools
01-Fuse 00:00 Tools
My Reason 00:00 Tools
Y.O.Y. 00:00 Tools
Company 00:00 Tools
Podha - Live @ the Garage 00:00 Tools
Readingmyeyes 00:00 Tools
Stick 'n' Move (Demo) 00:00 Tools
Garden 00:00 Tools
No Choices 00:00 Tools
Carousel 00:00 Tools
Stick N' Move (1998) 00:00 Tools
Beirut 00:00 Tools
Stick nяmove 00:00 Tools
Reading My Eyes (live) 00:00 Tools
It's Going Down 00:00 Tools
Not So Alter Ego 00:00 Tools
Rhinestone (Forgotten Demo) 00:00 Tools
04-Stick n Move 00:00 Tools
Rhine Stone 00:00 Tools
Coal (1997) 00:00 Tools
superxero 00:00 Tools
Crawling (Demo) 00:00 Tools
Pull Me Down 00:00 Tools
F007 Fiends CD RAP UP 00:00 Tools
A 00:00 Tools
Karmakiller 00:00 Tools
Nine of Eight 00:00 Tools
And One 00:00 Tools
Reading My Eyes [Instrumental] 00:00 Tools
Fiends (Mike Shinoda / Linkin Park) 00:00 Tools
Rap (Intro) 00:00 Tools
Points Of Authority (Demo 2) 00:00 Tools
Forgotten (demo) 00:00 Tools
Xero - Reading My Eyes 00:00 Tools
Beyond the Glass 00:00 Tools
Learn more 00:00 Tools
Cuttin Loose 00:00 Tools
By Myself - Marylin Manson Remix 00:00 Tools
Dragonesque 00:00 Tools
Reading My Eyes [Linkin Park] 00:00 Tools
When You Come Home 00:00 Tools
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Vader 00:00 Tools
Surrendering 00:00 Tools
Can Ya Feel It 00:00 Tools
High Living 00:00 Tools
Spires 00:00 Tools
Carousel (Demo) 00:00 Tools
Esaúl 00:00 Tools
04-Rhinestone 00:00 Tools
No More Crying 00:00 Tools
By Myself 00:00 Tools
Drop 00:00 Tools
Part Of Me 00:00 Tools
03-Stick n´move 00:00 Tools
Breathe - (Single) 00:00 Tools
Abaddon 00:00 Tools
Reading My Eyes (1997 Demo) 00:00 Tools
Reality 00:00 Tools
Awkward Comfort 00:00 Tools
Interview with Xero (including tracks Girls, 24D Pelaco & Strangers, Immigrants And Bandits) 00:00 Tools
InRetroSpect Reviews: Virtua Racing 00:00 Tools
Lone wolf (with Brue Dickinson) 00:00 Tools
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Xero is the name of more than one artist; 1: an Australian post-punk band of the early '80s, 2: a alternative hip-hop/rap-rock band from the late '90s [Now known as Linkin Park] and 3: a NWOBHM band. 1: Xero (also known as Zero, Ziro and Xiro) was a Punk Rock and New Wave band from Brisbane in Australia from the late 70s to the early 1980s. They were the most popular independent act in Brisbane during the time. The band is named after the character Xero from the book The Atrocity Exhibition by J. G. Ballard. {The band was originally named after Zero Collective's Zero Magazine - (An anarchist/anarcha feminist monthly) after it arrived with some fanfare at the Red and Black bookshop in Elizabeth arcade in, I think, late 1977. I can see her face but I can't remember the name of the woman who suggested it - some of the earlier members would.} The music on their only vinyl release Lust In The Dust is firmly in the new wave style, with Irena Luckus's Jupiter 8 synth playing in the foreground of arrangements. Luckus also sings on a number of tracks, and her vocal style is reminiscent of that of Siouxsie of Siouxsie and the Banshees The initial lineup was Irena Luckus, Deborah Thomas, Vic Allen and Lindy Morrison, soon joined by John Wilsteed. Lindy Morrison was later replaced on drums by Steven Pritchard. Apart from some independent cassette releases, in 1982 the band released a mini-album called Lust In The Dust with six tracks on it on the independent label X-Squared. They were the first band in Brisbane, Australia to release an album independently. After this, the band briefly moved to Sydney before vanishing into the aether after Luckus moved to Europe. 2: Xero was the first name for Linkin Park, formed in 1996 by Mike Shinoda. It included Mark Wakefield (vocals), Mike Shinoda (rapping), Rob Bourdon (drums), Joseph Hahn (DJ), Brad Delson (guitar) and Dave "Phoenix" Farrell (bass). The original name they chose was SuperXero but it was revised to Xero. They made just one demo tape, which included the songs "Fuse", "Reading My Eyes", "Stick N Move" and "Rhinestone". The project floundered and they never achieved much success. After Mark Wakefield left to become the manager for Taproot the band hired new vocalist Chester Bennington, formerly of the band Grey Daze, and made the Hybrid Theory EP under the band name Hybrid Theory. The band again changed names from Hybrid Theory to Linkin Park at the release of their debut album, which is titled Hybrid Theory. In the Hybrid Theory album the song "Forgotten" is an evolution of "Rhinestone". Also from the Hybrid Theory album, the song "Runaway" is an evolution of "Stick N Move". During the 2006 Summer Sonic festival, Linkin Park played "Reading My Eyes" with Chester. This is notable because it is possibly the first time the band has played any Xero Demo song with Chester, and it is also the first time in ten years that the band played a Xero song at all. This track is available on Linkin Park Underground 6.0. 3. Xero was a british band from the N.W.O.B.H.M. scene. Tommy Vance, host of The Friday Rock Show on BBC, became a fan of the band and they did two live sessions for the show. One of the songs they did, Cuttin' Loose, were included on The Friday Rock Show album in 1981. This song is featured in a slightly different version on the Metal For Muthas 2 compilation. In 1983 their single Oh Baby entered the charts in the UK. Bruce Dickinson did the vocals on the song Lone Wolf, which was included on the 12" and a limited three track 7" version of the release. Despite the success of Oh Baby, the band failed to put out any more new material, and soon faded into oblivion... Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.