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Ain Soph

Ain Soph
Country
Japan
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Ain Soph is a Japanese progressive rock band largely inspired by the Canterbury scene. The band developed out of a previous band called Tenchisozo.
Website
http://ainsoph.jpn.org
Related articles (6)
Releases on file (9)
Ain Soph — Studio Live Tracks '80s and '05 Ain Soph — Studio Live Tracks '80s and '05
(Musea FGBG 4705.AR, 2005/2007, CD)
Ain Soph — Quicksand - Special Live Volume Three Ain Soph — Quicksand - Special Live Volume Three
(Belle Antique 9472, 1994, CD)
Ain Soph — Five Evolved from Nine Ain Soph — Five Evolved from Nine
(Made in Japan MCD 2925, 1993, CD)
Ain Soph — Mysterious Triangle - Special Live Volume Two Ain Soph — Mysterious Triangle - Special Live Volume Two
(Belle Antique 9336, 1993, CD)
Ain Soph  — Marine Menagerie Ain Soph — Marine Menagerie
(Musea FGBG-4630.AR, 1991/2005, CD)
Ain Soph — Ride on a Camel - Special Live Ain Soph — Ride on a Camel - Special Live
(Belle Antique 9121, 1991, CD)
Ain Soph — Hat and Field Ain Soph — Hat and Field
(Nexus KICS 2514, 1986/1993, CD)
Ain Soph — A Story of Mysterious Forest Ain Soph — A Story of Mysterious Forest
(Nexus KICS 2513, 1980/1993, CD)
Various Artists — 70's West Japanese Rock Scene Various Artists — 70's West Japanese Rock Scene
(Belle Antique 9461, 1979/1994, CD)

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