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Iconoclasta

Iconoclasta
Country
Mexico
Profile
Iconoclasta is one of the best known progressive rock bands from Mexico. They've been releasing albums since the early 80s, and are still a going concern.
Website
http://iconoclasta.com
Related articles (8)
Releases on file (10)
Iconoclasta — Resurrección Iconoclasta — Resurrección
(Luna Negra CDLN-41, 2009, CD)
Iconoclasta — Live in France Iconoclasta — Live in France
(Metropolis CDM 6011, 2002, CD)
Iconoclasta — La Granja Humana Iconoclasta — La Granja Humana
((Not on label) no#, 2000, CD)
Iconoclasta — De Todos Uno Iconoclasta — De Todos Uno
(Musea DSCD001, 1994, CD)
Iconoclasta — La Rencarnación de Maquiavelo Iconoclasta — La Rencarnación de Maquiavelo
(Avanzada KCT 43, 1992, CD)
Iconoclasta — Adolescencia Crónica Iconoclasta — Adolescencia Crónica
(Musea FGBG 4356 AR, 1989/2000, CD)
Iconoclasta — En Busca de Sentido Iconoclasta — En Busca de Sentido
(Musea FGBG 4357 AR, 1989/2000, CD)
Iconoclasta — Soliloquio Iconoclasta — Soliloquio
(Discos Rosenbach DR 007, 1987/1991, CD)
Iconoclasta — Reminiscencias Iconoclasta — Reminiscencias
(Discos Rosenbach DR 002, 1986, LP)
Iconoclasta — Iconoclasta Iconoclasta — Iconoclasta
(Discos Rosenbach DR 001, 1983, LP)

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