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The only way you could pigeon-hole them is to buy their album and physically stick it in a real pigeon-hole.
Labelling them as a pass or a failure or trying to pigeon-hole them will just lead to unhappiness all round.
LONDON new boys Deeds Of The Nameless - who helpfully pigeon-hole their sound as "Nirvana meets The Beatles alongside The Beach Boys at a battle of the bands singing Simon & Garfunkel and Queen tracks" - release double A-side debut The Enemy Within / Far & Away on Monday, FRESH from his support stint on the Prodigy's UK dates, Dizzee Rascal (right) has lined up his biggest headline tour to date this autumn with shows at Nottingham's Rock City on October 13, and Birmingham's 02 Academy on October 17.
Outlining the theory, Dr Simon Watts, senior lecturer in psychology at Nottingham Trent, said: 'People down the ages have always tried to capture and pigeon-hole love.
The less we categorize and pigeon-hole people because of misperceptions or because of stereotypes which diminish a person's worth rather than ones that can promote that person's value, the more willing we can all be to accept people as they are - the more we can all benefit from all each of us has to offer.
Ezio not fall into any particular musical pigeon-hole and this is very much part of their appeal.
I wouldn't want to pigeon-hole a guy at all, because I think there are all sorts of things he could achieve in his career - and he's only just started it," said Flower.
And there is no excuse to pigeon-hole the disabled.
And while this really is one of those albums that's all-but impossible to pigeon-hole, it's fair to say that his powerful/fragile sound should appeal to anybody whose tastes include Neil Young, Nick Drake, Damien Rice and the like.
Her style is difficult to pigeon-hole, always a good sign.