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EBM
 n.— «It is widely accepted that the term “Electronic Body Music” or EBM was coined by Belgian pioneers Front 242, a prolific band (created in 1981 by Daniel Bressanutti and Dirk Bergen), that came into prominence during the 1980s and have remained firm favourites on EBM dancefloors around the world ever since.» —“EBM—A Revolution In Progress” by Jon Monsoon iAfrica.com (Capetown, South Africa) June 22, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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