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Fromuz
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Uzbekistan
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Fromuz (sometimes written From.Uz) is an Uzbek progressive rock band that was formed in 2004 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The group's story began when Vitaly Popeloff (guitar) and Andrey Mara-Novik (bass) decided to cooperate in their favorite pursuit – playing progressive music. Soon, Albert Khalmurzaev (keyboards) and Vladimir Badirov (drums) were added. Personnel changes have followed, with Poeloff being the sole remaining original member.
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http://www.fromuzband.com
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Releases on file (4)
Fromuz — Sodom and Gomorrah Fromuz — Sodom and Gomorrah
(10T Records 10066, 2013, CD)
Fromuz — Seventh Story Fromuz — Seventh Story
(10T Records 10040, 2010, CD)
Fromuz — Overlook Fromuz — Overlook
(10T Records 10031, 2008, CD)
Fromuz — Audio Diplomacy Fromuz — Audio Diplomacy
((Not on label) 634479453458, 2007, CD+DVD)

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