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1974
Country
United States
Profile
Connecticut band that specializes in epic music to tell stories.
Website
http://1974online.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (7)
1974 — 1974 & The Death of the Herald 1974 — 1974 & The Death of the Herald
((Not on label) no#, 2013, CD)
1974 — The Return 1974 — The Return
((Not on label) no#, 2012, CD)
1974 — A Soldier's Tale 1974 — A Soldier's Tale
((Not on label) no#, 2012, CD)
1974 — 1974 & The Battle for the Lazer Fortress 1974 — 1974 & The Battle for the Lazer Fortress
((Not on label) no#, 2011, CD)
Larval — Predator or Prey Larval — Predator or Prey
(Knitting Factory KFW-274, 2000, CD)
Vangelis — Oceanic Vangelis — Oceanic
(Atlantic 82953-2, 1996, CD)
Tim Morse — Yes Stories: Yes in Their Own Words Tim Morse — Yes Stories: Yes in Their Own Words
(St. Martin's Press 0-312-144, 1996, TPB)

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