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There are several bands, albums, & songs containing the name "Wildlife". 1) Wildlife are five friends from around Ontario who got together to make some music in 2006 and have kinda been doing that ever since. Their goal is to make really fun songs with lots of pop pop pop. But they're more than that. They stand apart from so many of Toronto's bands because their music is loud yet so heart-felt, distinct for its punk-tinged ferocity and truly unique melodies. And as for style, who do they sound like? Its so hard to pin down, but its that raw, honest and emotional delivery that brings together a mix of so many things: a love for the old and the new, pushing forward while gripping on to the best of what's come before. They've built something you can put you heart in. 2) The band now known as Wildildlife started as Wildlife, until finding out another band with the name wildlife already existed. So they added the "ild" to their name. 3) This Wildlife, who were originally based out of Boston, then San Francisco, and now Seattle, released a self-titled 10" EP & a self-titled CDEP under this original moniker. Songs such as "sit on the ground", "drum prayer for the whooping gods", "my song", "grinder", "keep on shaving", and "l.a.m.b." belong to this incarnation of Wildlife. website: 4) Wildlife! are based in Switzerland. 5) Wildlife were a British Rock band formed in 1982 with Steve Overland (Lead vocal), Chris Overland (Lead guitar), Simon Kirke (Drums - ex of Bad Company), Philip Soussan (Bass) and Mark Booty (Keyboards). They released one self titled album, which was not a commercial success and split up after with Simon Kirke returning to Bad Company and the Overland brothers going on to form FM (sometimes known as FMUK). There is apparently another Wildlife different from the ones mentioned above. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.