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4. Asli Omar, The Tontons Like the band she fronts, Asli can't really be defined in any standard terms of beauty. There's something otherworldy about her, whether she's strutting in a skintight mod dress that shows off her considerable attributes or wrapped in loose shirts like a girl waking up in a dark, handsome stranger's bed after a romantic adventure. No matter what the context, even if she's making a goofy face, Omar comes across like an image of a pagan goddess come to life.

Tom Waits' voice "has the smoothness of Barry White, but the raspiness of a mountain lion," says hip-hop producer RZA. The "smoothness" may be hard to believe, but on early solo LPs like 1973's Closing Time and 1974's The Heart of Saturday Night , Waits was more like Hoagy Carmichael than a wild animal, with a jazzy croon lightly covered in gravel. But as Waits' songs got darker and weirder — more dada than doo-be-doo — on albums like 1985's Rain Dogs and 1992's Bone Machine , so did his singing. It is now one of the most dramatic instruments in pop, a deep, pitted bark — part carnival hustler, part crackling furnace. Waits can still sell a ballad, too, like the haunting "House Where Nobody Lives," on 1999's Mule Variations . "He has a little bit of James Brown," says Rickie Lee Jones. "And a whole lot of Louis Armstrong."

Bryan Ferry has been married twice: to London socialite Lucy Helmore (1982-2003) and to young PR executive Amanda Sheppard (2012-2013). He has four sons: Otis, Isaac, Tara, and Merlin. Ferry has an estimated net fortune of £30 million.

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In 1973, Cave met Mick Harvey (guitar), Phill Calvert (drums), John Cochivera (guitar), Brett Purcell (bass), and Chris Coyne (saxophone); fellow students at Caulfield Grammar. They founded a band with Cave as singer. Their repertoire consisted of proto-punk cover versions of songs by Lou Reed , David Bowie , Alice Cooper , Roxy Music and Alex Harvey , among others. Later, the line-up slimmed down to four members including Cave's friend Tracy Pew on bass. In 1977, after leaving school, they adopted the name The Boys Next Door and began playing predominantly original material. Guitarist and songwriter Rowland S. Howard joined the band in 1978.

We are often asked, how do we select who to profile for this website. Our answer was, we let a trained monkey pick names out of a hat. Oh, if it was only so simple! Ever since the monkey left us for the great beyond, we are stuck with making the decisions by ourselves. The handy suggestion box helps, of course. Picking the Jews is simple enough. Our landsmen has achieved great success in almost every field imaginable. Selecting one to profile is like shooting fish in a barrel. Picking non-Jews is trickier. There are just too many of them out there (don't get us started). Ideally, we like to pick subjects who someone out there might think are Jewish. Chuck Norris is a perfect example. No, he is not Jewish, but there are internet rumors that he is. So we write a few jokes, and squash those rumors with a low Jew Score and a "Not a Jew" verdict. Perfect. But there are no such rumors about Michael Phelps. In fact, other than a couple of his relay teammates, there is not much that ties him to Jews in any way. However, that hasn't stopped his name from being one of the highest-searched ones on our website, with multiple readers asking us to profile him. And we understand those readers. We ourselves would love it if the greatest Olympic champion of all time was Jewish. Hell, we often thought of starting that rumor in this very space... but then the whole integrity thing comes in. So Phelps is not Jewish. And neither is the other most-requested person out there: George Bush, and we have no idea why anyone would think otherwise. So he is not getting his own profile, no matter how many times we are asked. We even removed his name from the hat in case we ever get a new monkey. Verdict: Sadly, not a Jew . October 1, 2008

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