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Marge Litch

Marge Litch
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Japan
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Marge Litch is a heavy symphonic rock band from Japan. The dominant feature of the band is a powerful female vocalist: Junko Nakagawa through 1995, Junko Sera after 1995.
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http://www.margelitch.com
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Releases on file (5)
Marge Litch — Particuliöh Marge Litch — Particuliöh
((Not on label) MLRH-0001, 2000, CD)
Marge Litch — Fantasien 1998 Marge Litch — Fantasien 1998
(Musea FGBG 4223.AR, 1998, CD)
Marge Litch — Crystal Heart in the Fountain Marge Litch — Crystal Heart in the Fountain
(Made in Japan MJC 1010/11, 1995, 2CD)
Marge Litch — The Ring of Truth Marge Litch — The Ring of Truth
(Made in Japan MCD-2924, 1992, CD)
Marge Litch — Fantasien Marge Litch — Fantasien
(K Machin KM-005, 1991, CD)

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