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Brothers! Sisters! It's all about the siblings. We look at some of the bands where blood is thicker than water.
Twin brothers James (bass) and Ben (drums) were both born on 25 April 1980. Together with their mate Simon Neil, they make up Scotland's greatest rock trio.
Kim Deal's twin sister Kelley was originally in the frame to join the Pixies, but it wasn't until the second Breeders album, Last Splash, that the pair finally recorded together. Kelley is older by 11 minutes.
The twin Williams brothers performed guitar and drums duties for the Manchester band and have now set up their own project (minus bassist and singer Jimi Goodwin) as Black Rivers.
Three brothers in one band, plus cousin Cameron. They all seem to get along, too. Which is nice.
It was Liam's band. But Liam asked Noel to join. Noel said he'd join if the rest of them did what he told them to do. Superstardom beckoned. Paul Gallagher is their older brother. Paul was not in Oasis.
Ray was the songwriter, but Dave was the guitarist who effectively invented heavy metal with his raw, fuzzy sound. The girls liked Dave, too. The pair fought bitterly throughout their time with The Kinks and haven't played together since 1996. Dave recently described his relationship with Ray as "toxic". Families, eh?
Not only are the Butler brothers in Arcade Fire, but Win's missus, Regine, is in the line-up, too.
Frontman Nic is the frontman and songwriter, while younger brother Chris is on drums.
Malcolm Young and younger brother Angus formed the Aussie powerhouse in 1973. Native Glaswegians, both Malcolm and Angus play guitar, but Angus is the one dressed as a schoolboy.
The Swedish sisters are currently one of our favourite bands, thanks to their gentle brand of folk.
The three sisters from San Fernando, Los Angeles, made waves in 2013 with their debut album Days Are Gone.
The band that propelled Iggy Pop to fame was the brainchild of the Asheton brothers - Ron on guitar and Scott "Rock Action" Asheton on drums. Both are sadly now no longer with us: Ron died in 2009 and Scott in March 2014.
The tousle-haired Reid brothers caused controversy when the JAMC launched themselves onto the world in the early 1980s. Their confrontational shows were soon replaced by some genuine poptastic hits.
Older brother Colin plays bass, while younger brother Jonny takes on guitar and keyboard duties.
Originally recording under the name DS Building Contractors, the Kent duo took their name from the M25 motorway and became one of UK dance music's biggest acts.