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What does TAPP stand for?

TAPP stands for The Alan Parsons Project (band)

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I will leave such classics as I, Robot by The Alan Parsons Project, Cliff Richard's 30 Golden Greats and The Hollies Sing Dylan.
The song's tinkling top end of the scale piano riffs give a sense of the wind rushing over the Yorkshire moors, before launching into a heavy bass and drum backing that is rounded off with a fantastic electric guitar solo from Ian Bairnson, who was best known for his work with the Alan Parsons Project.
He's recruited ELO Part II guitar wizard Phil Bates, keyboardsman Neil Lockwood from The Alan Parsons Project and bassist Phil Tree, who's well-known for his work in the Roy Wood Band.
Grief-stricken by his diminished libido, Powers jumps into the time travel machine and pursues Dr Evil back to the sixties to retrieve his mojo and stop the madman from destroying the world with a giant, moon-based laser lovingly called The Alan Parsons Project.
On the other hand, I must note that Parson's symphonic suite, ``The Fall of the House of Usher,'' on the Alan Parsons Project ``Tales of Mystery and Imagination,'' almost perfectly dubs a 1920s artsy short of the same name.