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There Is Actually Video of Xixxo

I'm not sure if the word "legends" can realistically be applied to this unusual Massachusetts band, but here's a taste of what they were like.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-08-03


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): Xixxo

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Gogglesphere & Lafcadio - Babies in Hell & Sham Duvet – One might ask why these two discs are being addressed in the same review; it’s because both Gogglesphere and Lafcadio are essentially the same band – or that is to say they have the same...  (2006) » Read more

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Athena - Inside, the Moon – I remember the first time I heard Dream Theater. I thought, "I bet a lot of bands will go for this type of sound in the future." Just when I was beginning to think I was wrong, Athena has...  (1996) » Read more

Bi Kyo Ran - Go-Un – Known for years as the group that sounds more like King Crimson than King Crimson themselves, Bi Kyo Ran have reformed after many years away, in the process growing from a trio to an eight-piece of...  (1996) » Read more

Alan Stivell - Zoom 70/95 – Thanks a lot — trying to sum up Alan Stivell's career in a paragraph is like summing up World War II in a book — there’s too much to say and where do you start? I have all these...  (1998) » Read more