As with many group names, there are several artists using or having used this name in varying countries.
Splash (1): Commercial trance and dance producer from Denmark, better known as DJ Splash.
SPLASH (2): Side-project artist name of James Ferraro from The Skaters
Splash (3): Swedish progressive rock band that released three albums in the 70s. Blended jazzy horns with long rock song structures.
Splash (4): Justus League affiliated rapper.
Splash (5): Sideproject of jungle producer Daz Ellis (Undercover Agent), utilized mainly for one single; "Babylon" 1995.
Splash (6): South African dance pop group in late 80's, who had a regional hit with their track Money
Splash (7): Canadian dance band
Splash (8) Hungarian Dance group from the end of the '90s and beginning of '00s
Splash (9) Japanese Idol Group 1998-1999
Splash (10) English dance pop group who released a few singles, including "Qu'est-ce que c'est?" (1986) and "European Boy" (1987). The latter is a cover of an unreleased song by Bronski Beat. Both singles were produced by Stock, Aitken & Waterman. Splash's singer was Steve Whitmore, there were two other members.
Splash (11) Latvian Hip-Hop artist. Real name - Edijs.
Splash (12) German Punk band http://www.splash-punk.de
Splash (13) A Norwegian dance-pop group. Consisting of two young girls, this Splash aimed their Norwegian-language debut and Christmas albums at children. Their final album release, "All We Wanna Do", was not just in English, but was a teen-pop album. [obsolete site - splash.as]
Splash (14) A japanese SKA-punk/pop-punk band. The members are Koike (vocals), Kenta (guitars), Taka→C (bass), Yasuo (drums).
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