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supergroup

(ˈsuːpəˌɡruːp)
n
(Music, other) a rock band whose members are individually famous from previous groups
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supergroup

[ˈsuːpəgruːp] Ngrupo m estrella, superbanda f
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supergroup

[ˈsuːpərgruːp] n (= pop group) → super groupe m, méga(-)groupe m
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Nearly 25 years since he turned his eye to the British condition on Blur's Parklife, Damon Albarn returns to the ever-shifting subject with 'supergroup' The Good, The Bad and The Queen.
After falling out of vogue for some time, supergroups have seen a bit of a resurgence since the early Noughties, with the likes of Box Car Racer, Velvet Revolver, Audioslave and Atoms For Peace.
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Our source says: "It's only been scheduled for four hours and, even with supergroups taking part, there may just not be enough time for everyone."
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In the '70s such amalgams were called "supergroups"--guys from famous bands converging in narcissistic orgies of formulaic celebration.
And one of the first and arguably best of the world's heavy metal supergroups was Led Zeppelin.
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who is a The Good, and The Queen " When the word "supergroup" is mentioned, Paul looks repulsed.