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- Famous as : Alternative rock band
- Birth Name : Rocket Baby Dolls
- Birth Date : 1994
- Birth Place : Teignmouth, Devon, UK
- Spouse : -
- Claim to Fame : Album "Absolution" (2003)
- Won the award for British Live Act at the 2007 Brit Awards, held Feb 14th in London.
- Earned the Best Alternative award at the 13th annual MTV Europe Music Awards, held November 2, 2006 in Copenhagen.
- Won only one out of five nominations at the 13th annual Kerrang! Awards, held August 24th, 2006 in London, that was for Best Live Band category.
- Has been selected to be the MTV's Motoalert Artist of July 2006.
- Single "Map of the Problematique" encountered its premiere through MTV Italia's TRL on June 2, 2006.
- Their second album, "Origin of Symmetry", was not released in U.S until September 2005 due to their conflict on artistic side with Maverick Records.
- Their song of "New Born" was remixed by Paul Oakenfold and later was featured on the soundtrack of "Swordfish" (2001).
- The music video of "Hysteria" was made based on the hotel-trashing scene from a movie entitled "Pink Floyd The Wall" (1982).
- Single "Hyper Music" had an acoustic version entitled "Hyper Chondriac Music" which contained the same verses as the original but with the chorus added to the end.
- Became the first music artist to be represented by Taste Media publishing company as Dennis Smith originally established it especially for them.
- Their first performance outside the school was at The Cavern in Exeter.
- Song "New Born" tells about a fear of the evolution of technology and of the possibility of it to destroy all humanity in reality.
- The lyrics of their song "Bliss" referred to the eagerness of becoming God.
- Has made several covers which included Nina Simone's "Feeling Good", The Four Seasons' "Can't Take My Eyes Off You", and The Smiths' "Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want."
- Is known to be a band that likes to include some cryptic messages in their works as those found in their second album, "Origin of Symmetry."