Rage

Rage is the name of several music acts:

1- Rage is a German heavy metal band, currently consisting of Peter "Peavy" Wagner (Bass, Vocals), Victor Smolski (Guitar, Keyboards) and André Hilgers (Drums).

The band started in 1984 under the name Avenger. After an album and EP, the band changed their name to Rage, releasing their debut album Reign of Fear.

The band have since released numerous albums and EPs, the most recent being the 2010 CD titled Strings To A Web. They also released the EP Gib dich nie auf in 2009. The Song "Gib dich nie auf" is their first german song which they only recorded to attend at the german "Bundesvisionsongcontest" in February where one can only perform with a german song. They’re the heaviest band performing there to date.

In late 2006, long-time drummer Mike Terrana left the band, citing "private and musical disagreement." Terrana was soon replaced by Silent Force drummer André Hilgers.

2. Rage is an East London grime MC, representing the Slew Dem Crew. He has appeared on mixtapes by Wiley, Top Dolla, and Slew Dem. In 2008, he released his debut mixtape Streets Of Rage.

3- Rage was an English nwobhm band formed in 1980 in Liverpool. They released three full-length albums and several singles.

Last line-up:
David Lloyd – Vocals
Mick Devenport – Guitars
Terry Steers – Guitars
Keith Mulholland – Bass
John Mylett- Drums (R.I.P)

Discography:
* Out of Control (1981)
* Nice N’ Dirty (1982)
* Run for the Night (1983)
Singles:
* Money (1980)
* Bootliggers (1981)
* Out of Control (1981)
* Woman (1982)
* Cry from a Hill (1983)
* Never Before (1983)

4- Rage was an early 1990’s dance act known for their cover of "Run to You" by Bryan Adams.
It is also known as En-Rage.

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