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Light Freedom Revival (John Vehadija)

Light Freedom Revival (John Vehadija)
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Canada
Profile
John Vehadija is a Vancouver musician who leads the Light Freedom Revival project. He released music for a time under the name INYTH, then conceived of LFR and recruited various musicians to fill in parts.
Website
http://www.lightfreedomrevival.com
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Releases on file (2)
Light Freedom Revival — Truthonomy Light Freedom Revival — Truthonomy
((Not on label) VHDJ0002, 2018, CD)
Light Freedom Revival — Eterniverse Déjà Vu Light Freedom Revival — Eterniverse Déjà Vu
((Not on label) VHDJ0001, 2017, CD)

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