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List of Bands Originating in Leeds

The following is a list of bands originating from Leeds, West Yorkshire, England

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References

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  32. ^ "INTERVIEW: I Like Trains". Yorkshire Evening Post. 29 November 2008. Retrieved 2018. 
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  40. ^ Seaman, Duncan (27 October 2016). "Dust of the Doc Martens, the Mission are coming back to Leeds". The Yorkshire Post. Retrieved 2018. 
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  48. ^ Seaman, Duncan (28 September 2017). "Music interview - Vessels: 'I don't know if going electronic has ever been a totally conscious thing'". Yorkshire Evening Post. Retrieved 2018. 
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