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Chaos Code
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Chaos Code is a progressive rock band formed in 1997 in Baltimore, MD. The original band consisted of Mike Potter (flute,saxophone, vocals, keyboards), Philip Rous (bass, synth guitar), Cliff Phelps (guitar, vocals, flute), Marty Saletta (keyboards, Chapman Stick), and Mike Farmer (drums). Farmer soon departed and joined Enchant; he was replaced by Daniel Squillaro. Potter, who owned Orion Studios, also departed, and the remaining members completed their debut album and disbanded. Phelps later reformed the band with new personnel: Patrick Gaffney (Cerebus Effect), Gary Curtis (Averted Vision), and Tom Langan.
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http://www.cerebuseffect.com/chaoscode
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Releases on file (3)
Chaos Code — Propaganda Chaos Code — Propaganda
(Chaos Code CC 103, 2005, CD)
Chaos Code — The Tragedy of Leaps and Bounds Chaos Code — The Tragedy of Leaps and Bounds
((Not on label) no#, 2002, CD)
Chaos Code — A Tapestry of Afterthoughts Chaos Code — A Tapestry of Afterthoughts
((Not on label) no#, 1999, CD)

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