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Atlas was a Swedish progressive rock band consisting of Björn Ekborn (keyboards), Erik B. Nielsen (keyboards), Janne Persson (guitar), Micke Pinotti (drums), and Uffe Hedlund (bass). They released a single album in 1979.
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(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9508, 1979/1995, CD)

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