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Shinsuke Michishita

Shinsuke Michishita
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道下慎介 (Michishita Shinsuke) is a Japanese guitarist best known as a member of the band LSD March.
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Makoto Kawabata / Shinsuke Michishita — Sex, Voyage, and Echo Chamber Makoto Kawabata / Shinsuke Michishita — Sex, Voyage, and Echo Chamber
(Beta-lactam Ring mt180a, 2008, CD)
LSD March — Nikutai no tubomi LSD March — Nikutai no tubomi
(Beta-lactam Ring mt195a, 2007, 2CD)

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