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There are at least 8 bands/artists called Cardinal: 1) Cardinal was a one-off project from singers/songwriters Richard Davies and Eric Matthews. The duo came together in 1994 following ex-Moles frontman Davies' relocation from his native Australia to the U.S.; he wrote and sang all but one of the songs that comprised Cardinal's self-titled debut, while the Oregon-born Matthews arranged the compositions, layering them with ornate strings, horns and pianos inspired by the lush, baroque sounds of late-'60s pop. While Cardinal was released to great acclaim, internal strife quickly split the duo apart, and both Davies and Matthews embarked on solo careers. 2) Estonian-born and US-based prog house/electro/trance producer Kaspar Tasane. 3) Cardinal also was a noise-rock trio from Bellingham, Wash., that released one EP, Michael Winslow is the Human Sound Effect Machine. 4) Cardinal is a 3-piece frantic/technical/fast screamo/hardcore band from tallahasse, FL. 5) Cardinal was a Dutch Death Metal band formed in 2002. It included members of Consolation and Nembrionic. They released an EP in 2003, "Baptized in Cum". 6) The Cardinal is a Swedish Doom/Gothic Metal band. 7) Cardinal are a 4 piece Pop/ Punk band based in the Midlands, UK. Cardinal have used various drummers since forming inc Ollie docksey and to date:tom bishop ............since 2010 Cardinal have spent many happy hours in the studio crafting their melodic, catchy rock music whilst playing at local festivals etc. Their first E.P. Winter of Discontent was released in October 2011. 8) Cardinal is a 4-piece rock band from Montreal, Canada. The released their first EP, ''A'', in september 2012. They are expecting to release their first LP in winter 2012. The were semi-finalist at the Francouverte in 2011. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.