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D-Side was an Irish boyband established in 2001, by twins Rory and Eoghan MacSweeney and they were signed to Edel Records. Edel brought in Kim Glover to manage the band after her success with New Kids on the Block, Ant & Dec, B*Witched and Let Loose. Glover secured their entry into Japan getting them a recording contract with Avex and worked with them until the end of 2004. They had some success in Japan, the United Kingdom, and Europe, winning 'Best New Band Award' at the Smash Hits Tour in 2002.
- genres: Pop music, Boy band
- albums: "Speechless", "Real World", "Pushin' Me Out", "Stronger Together", "Invisible"
- official website: avex.jp/d-side/index.html
D-Side is a record label.
D-side is the telephone cabling which is connected from the BT Primary Connection Point telecoms cabinet to a point close to a residence or business known as the "Distribution Point" and consists of multiple pairs of copper wires. It may pass through a BT Secondary Connection Point telecoms cabinet, sometimes known as Pillars, en route to the DP.
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by Thomas Sheridan
BROADSIDE, tol'd-side. s. The side of a ...
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