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Landmarq
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Landmarq are a UK-based neo-progressive rock band. Since forming in 1990 as a five-piece consisting of Uwe D'Rose (guitar), Steve Gee (bass), Steve Leigh (keyboards), Rob Lewis-Jones (vocals), and Dave Wagstaffe (drums), the band has been through a number of personnel changes, most notably the addition of vocalist Tracy Hitchings in 1995, with D'Rose and Gee being the constants.
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http://www.landmarq.net
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Releases on file (10)
Landmarq — Roadskill - Live in the Netherlands Landmarq — Roadskill - Live in the Netherlands
(Synergy SYN 009, 2015, CD+DVD)
Landmarq — Entertaining Angels Landmarq — Entertaining Angels
(Synergy SYN005, 2012, 2CD)
Landmarq — Aftershock Landmarq — Aftershock
(Cyclops CYCL 124, 2002, CD)
Landmarq — Thunderstruck Landmarq — Thunderstruck
(Cyclops CYCL 120, 1999, CD)
Landmarq — Science of Coincidence Landmarq — Science of Coincidence
(Cyclops CYCL 119, 1998, CD)
Landmarq — The Vision Pit Landmarq — The Vision Pit
(Cyclops CYCL 118, 1995/2002, CD)
Various Artists — Progressive & Melodic Rock Vol. 3 Various Artists — Progressive & Melodic Rock Vol. 3
(SI Music SIMPLYFORTYNINE, 1994, CD)
Landmarq — Infinity Parade Landmarq — Infinity Parade
(Cyclops CYCL 117, 1993/2002, CD)
Various Artists — Progressive & Melodic Rock Vol. 1 Various Artists — Progressive & Melodic Rock Vol. 1
(SI Music SIMPLy 24, 1993, CD)
Landmarq — Solitary Witness Landmarq — Solitary Witness
(Cyclops CYCL 116, 1992/2002, CD)

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