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-->''Tex Perkins came from Brisbane's musical fringe, with his band The Dum-Dums. He had a passion for country music, but strange and loud. Kim Salmon was making Perth sound like the world's biggest swamp with his band The Scientists. They came together as a hard rock supergroup, The Beasts of Bourbon. It was more like collision than collabration.''
-->--''Long Way to the Top: Stories of Australian Rock & Roll''


* Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds (The Birthday Party, Crime and the City Solution, Einstürzende Neubauten, Die Haut, Magazine, The Cramps, Gun Club, Gallon Drunk, The Triffids, Dave Graney and the Coral Snakes, Sonic Youth, The Dirty Three, The Saints)

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* Nick Cave Music/NickCave and the Bad Seeds (The Birthday Party, Crime and the City Solution, Einstürzende Neubauten, Die Haut, Magazine, The Cramps, Gun Club, Gallon Drunk, The Triffids, Dave Graney and the Coral Snakes, Sonic Youth, The Dirty Three, The Saints)



* Plastic Ono Band (Music/TheBeatles, Music/EricClapton, Music/TheWho)

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* Plastic Ono Band (Music/TheBeatles, (Music/JohnLennon of Music/TheBeatles, Music/EricClapton, Music/TheWho)



* Music/TheTravelingWilburys ([[Music/TheBeatles George Harrison]], Music/BobDylan, Music/TomPetty, [[Music/ElectricLightOrchestra Jeff Lynne]], Music/RoyOrbison)

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* Music/TheTravelingWilburys ([[Music/TheBeatles George Harrison]], (Music/GeorgeHarrison, Music/BobDylan, Music/TomPetty, [[Music/ElectricLightOrchestra Jeff Lynne]], Music/RoyOrbison)


* Automatic Baby (Music/{{REM}}, Music/{{U2}})
** Perhaps the shortest lived supergroup ever. They only performed ''one song'' together at a concert for UsefulNotes/BillClinton. Also, they were named after their other bands' most recent albums at the time, R.E.M.'s ''Automatic For The People'' and U2's ''Achtung Baby''.

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* Automatic Baby (Music/{{REM}}, Music/{{U2}})
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Music/{{U2}}) Perhaps the shortest lived supergroup ever. They only performed ''one song'' together at a concert for UsefulNotes/BillClinton. Also, they UsefulNotes/BillClinton, and were named after their other bands' most recent albums at the time, R.E.M.'s ''Automatic For The People'' and U2's ''Achtung Baby''.


Supergroups have a bad tendency not to last very long, most breaking up after five years on average. What usually happens from there is that the members return to the respective acts they were famous for in the first place. They might also be a OneHitWonder, collaborating for just one album or a few concerts before going back to their solo work.

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Supergroups have a bad tendency not to last very long, most breaking up after five years on average. What usually happens from there is that the members return to the respective acts they were famous for in the first place. They might also be a OneHitWonder, OneBookAuthor, collaborating for just one album or a few concerts before going back to their solo work.

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* Music/{{Childbirth}} (Seattle underground bands Music/PonyTime, Music/{{Tacocat}}, and Music/ChastityBelt)

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* Helix (Assemblage 23, Mari Kattman)


* Fight or Flight (Music/{{Disturbed}}, Evans Blue, Ra, Bellevue Suite)

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* Fight or Flight (Music/{{Disturbed}}, Evans Blue, Music/EvansBlue, Ra, Bellevue Suite)

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* Hollywood Vampires (Music/AliceCooper, Creator/JohnnyDepp, Music/{{Aerosmith}} plus an AllStarCast of guest musicians)


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* Music/SammyHagar and the Circle (Music/VanHalen, Chickenfoot, Bonham, The [=BusBoys=])

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* Dreamcar (Music/NoDoubt, {{Music/AFI}})


* The Last Hard Men (Music/SkidRow, Music/TheSmashingPumpkins, Music/TheBreeders, The Frogs). Originally formed to cover Music/AliceCooper's "School's Out" for the soundtrack to the first ''{{Franchise/Scream}}'' film, they ended up producing a full album of original material, albeit one that lingered in DevelopmentHell for four years before it's eventual release.

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* The Last Hard Men (Music/SkidRow, Music/TheSmashingPumpkins, Music/TheBreeders, The Frogs). Originally formed to cover Music/AliceCooper's "School's Out" for the soundtrack to the first ''{{Franchise/Scream}}'' ''{{Film/Scream|1996}}'' film, they ended up producing a full album of original material, albeit one that lingered in DevelopmentHell for four years before it's eventual release.

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* Black Swords (Black Rain, Orphan Swords)


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* Digital Shades (Missing Words, The New Division)


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* Ursula's World (Grace, Mal Scott, Man With No Name)


* Bravo All Stars (Music/BackstreetBoys, Blümchen, The Boyz, Music/AaronCarter, Gil, The Moffatts, Mr. President, Music/{{NSYNC}}, R'n'G, Music/{{Scooter}}, Sqeezer, Touché)

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* Bravo All Stars (Music/BackstreetBoys, Blümchen, The Boyz, Music/AaronCarter, Caught in the Act, Gil, The Moffatts, Mr. President, Music/{{NSYNC}}, R'n'G, Music/{{Scooter}}, Sqeezer, Touché)

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* Bruderschaft (Apoptygma Berzerk, Music/{{Covenant}}, [=FGFC820=], Music/IconOfCoil, Music/VNVNation)


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* Coldkill ([=FGFC820=], Interface)

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* Music/{{Northward}} (Music/{{Nightwish}}, Music/PagansMind, Music/{{TNT}}). In addition, Music/{{Volbeat}}'s Jacob Hansen produced the album, and Music/{{Sabaton}}'s Hannes van Dahl Chris Rörland made the cover art.

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* La Coka Nostra (Music/HouseOfPain + Music/LimpBizkit + Slaine)

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