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Ian Crichton

Ian Crichton
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Ian Crichton is best known as the guitarist of Saga.
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Saga — The Human Condition Saga — The Human Condition
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 310, 2009, CD)
Saga — 10,000 Days Saga — 10,000 Days
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 286, 2007, CD)
Saga — Trust Saga — Trust
(Inside Out Music IOMSECD 246, 2006, CD+DVD)
Saga — The Chapters Live Saga — The Chapters Live
(Inside Out Music IOMACD 2109, 2005, CD)
Saga — Network Saga — Network
(Inside Out Music IOMA CD 2108, 2005, CD+DVD)
Saga — Marathon Saga — Marathon
(Steamhammer SPV 085-74822 CD, 2003, CD)
Saga — House of Cards Saga — House of Cards
(SPV SPV 085-7216A CD, 2001, CD)
Asia  — Aura Asia — Aura
(Acadia ACAM 8176, 2000/2007, 2CD)
Saga — Full Circle Saga — Full Circle
(SPV SPV 085-21462 CD, 1999, CD)
Saga — Detours Saga — Detours
(Steamhammer SPV 088-18002, 1998, 2CD)
Ian Crichton — Ghettos by Design Ian Crichton — Ghettos by Design
(MAE no#, 1997, CD)
Saga — Pleasure and the Pain Saga — Pleasure and the Pain
(SPV SPV 076-7288A CD, 1997/2002, CD)
Saga — Generation 13 Saga — Generation 13
(Fuel2000 FLD-1019, 1995/2003, CD)
Ian Crichton Band (H3O+) — Welcome to the Boom Boom Room Ian Crichton Band (H3O+) — Welcome to the Boom Boom Room
(No Bull CD 34258-2 PC07, 1995, CD)
Saga — Steel Umbrellas Saga — Steel Umbrellas
(Steamhammer SPV 076-7438A CD, 1994/2002, CD)
Saga — The Security of Illusion Saga — The Security of Illusion
(Steamhammer SPV 076-7467A CD, 1993/2002, CD)
Saga — Wildest Dreams Saga — Wildest Dreams
(Polydor 523 579-2, 1987/1994, CD)
Saga — Behaviour Saga — Behaviour
(Steamhammer SPV 076-7436A CD-E, 1985/2002, CD)
Saga — Heads or Tails Saga — Heads or Tails
(Steamhammer SPV 076-7439A CD, 1983/2003, CD)
Saga — In Transit Saga — In Transit
(Steamhammer SPV 076-7466A CD-E, 1982/2003, CD)
Saga — Worlds Apart Saga — Worlds Apart
(Steamhammer SPV 076-7468A CD, 1981/2003, CD)
Saga — Silent Knight Saga — Silent Knight
(Steamhammer SPV 076-7429A CD-E, 1980/2002, CD)
Saga — Images at Twilight Saga — Images at Twilight
(Steamhammer SPV 076-7428A CD-E, 1979/2002, CD)
Saga — Saga Saga — Saga
(Polydor PD-1-6209, 1978, LP)

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