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Perfect

PerfectPowered by Audioscrobbler™There is more than one artist with this name:

1. Perfect is a Polish rock band formed in 1977 by Wojciech Morawski, Zdzisław Zawadzki and Zbigniew Hołdys. They released the albums, Perfect, Live, UNU before disbanding in 1983. The group had brief reunions over the years before reuniting in 1993 and going on to release Jestem, Geny, Śmigło, Perfect Symfonicznie and Schody.

2. Perfect is a reggae artist from Jamaica who has released the albums Giddimani, Born Dead With Life, Sweet and Black and in 2009 French Connection.
Perfect (born Greg Rose, Bamboo, St Ann, Jamaica) cut his first tune as Little Ninja, before settling on his current stage name due to his perfectionism as a recording artist.


3. Perfect were an American band formed in 1995 by Tommy Stinson (The Replacements, Bash & Pop) and was rounded up by Marc Solomon (Clumsy, Solly), Dave Philips (Frank Black and the Catholics) and Gersh. They released an EP, When Squirrels Play Chicken, in 1996 and recorded an album titled "Seven Days a Week", which was shelved before being released in 2004 with the new title of Once, Twice, Three Times a Maybe, before disbanding in 1998.

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