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I don't know where to ask or search on Google. Someone recommended a band to me a few days ago, but I unfortunately forgot the name.

The only thing I can remember is that the name of the band was something like: "Xyz F" where the "F" is a capital letter. I know it's not that much, but it should be a more or less famous band.

closed as off-topic by Bebs, Dom Jan 28 '18 at 23:21

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    Hi! I will help us a lot if you added more details about the band: genre, country/language, male/female, old/recent band...? – Bebs Jan 21 '18 at 14:15
  • I don't know any other informations🙈 :/ but i know the answer 🙈 i dont heared well and it's not f it's a J.... And the Bands Name is "alt J" im srry for confusing and greatful, that Here exist a platform, where people answer to these questions :) – E.C. Jan 24 '18 at 4:27
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    One of my own favorite bands. I edited your question to be less misleading and added the answer. Not the greatest question, but could be useful to someone else. – Chris Sunami Jan 24 '18 at 15:17
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    so not "Boney M" then ? shame. – Angst Jan 24 '18 at 22:15
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According to comments provided by the original poster, the band is Alt-J, a ten year old English indie rock band perhaps best known for their Maurice Sendak referencing track "Breezeblocks." Their name is a computer key code for the triangle-shaped Greek letter delta which is often used to mean the word "change."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alt-J

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the only thing that comes to my mind is the song Axel F by Harold Faltermeyer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dASqLXiuomY

Although i've seen this song referenced as "Axel F by Harold F".

No further ideas, sorry!

  • Harold Faltermeyer issued an album titled "Harold F" in 1987 - see here, but discogs doesn't list "Harold F" as a recognised alternate name for him in a credit. It would be an obvious alternate name to use, particularly for "Axel F", so I'm not doubting the answer above, but it may just be a one-off. – Angst Jan 21 '18 at 14:52

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