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Believe
Country
Poland
Profile
Progressive rock band formed in 2004 by guitarist Mirek Gil of Collage.
Website
http://www.believe.com.pl
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (6)
Believe — Seeing Is Believing Believe — Seeing Is Believing
(Metal Mind MMP DVD 0198, 2012, DVD)
Believe — World Is Round Believe — World Is Round
(Metal Mind 0682, 2010, CD)
Believe — This Bread Is Mine Believe — This Bread Is Mine
(Metal Mind 0669, 2009, CD)
Believe — Hope to See Another Day Live Believe — Hope to See Another Day Live
(Metal Mind MMP DVD 0139, 2008, DVD)
Believe — Yesterday Is a Friend Believe — Yesterday Is a Friend
(Metal Mind 0593, 2008, CD)
Believe — Hope to See Another Day Believe — Hope to See Another Day
(Metal Mind 0720, 2006/2013, CD)

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