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Heretic

Heretic
Country
Japan
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Japanese experimental electronic rock band founded in 1985 by Hiro Kawahara.
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Releases on file (6)
Heretic — Drugging for M Heretic — Drugging for M
(Belle Antique BELLE 97350, 1997, CD)
Heretic — Past in Future Heretic — Past in Future
((Not on label) no#, 1996, CD)
Heretic — Yayoi Dream Heretic — Yayoi Dream
(Belle Antique 93602, 1996, CD)
Heretic — 1984-88 Heretic — 1984-88
(Belle Antique 9457, 1988/1994, CD)
Heretic — Escape Sequence Heretic — Escape Sequence
(Belle Antique 8807, 1988, LP)
Heretic — Interface Heretic — Interface
(Sound of Poppy JHWH-1002, 1985, LP)

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