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Frágil
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Peru
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Frágil is a Peruvian progressive/symphonic hard rock band. Named after the Yes album Fragile, Frágil is one of the most respected rock bands in Perú. The band started as a symphonic progressive/hard rock band influenced by the likes of Yes, Genesis, ELP, Jethro Tull, Black Sabbath, and Rainbow. They earned local fame through their hit single "Av. Larco" in the early 80s. Frágil has a cult status in Peru usually selling out all of their concerts.
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http://www.fragilperu.com
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Releases on file (2)
Frágil — Sorpresa del Tiempo Frágil — Sorpresa del Tiempo
(Musea FGBG 4423.AR, 2002, CD)
Frágil — Avenida Larco Frágil — Avenida Larco
(Rock Symphony RSLN-027, 1981/1999, CD)

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