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Musica Transonic

Musica Transonic
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Musica Transonic is an improvisational heavy psychedelic group formed by bassist Asahito Nanjo. He is joined by guitarist Makoto Kawabata and drummer Tatsuya Yoshida. The group has been active off and on since the mid 90s. In addition to albums released on labels, there have been more than a dozen cassette and CDr releases.
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Musica Transonic — Xyosfbigkou Musica Transonic — Xyosfbigkou
(Vivo 2006023CD, 2006, CD)
Musica Transonic — Hard Rock Transonic Musica Transonic — Hard Rock Transonic
(Fractal Records 019, 1999, CD)
Musica Transonic with Haino Keiji — Incubation Musica Transonic with Haino Keiji — Incubation
(P.S.F. Records PSFD-98, 1998, CD)
Musica Transonic — Swing Strong Mod Musica Transonic — Swing Strong Mod
(P.S.F. Records PSFD-108, 1998, CD)
Musica Transonic — Opthodox Iazz Musica Transonic — Opthodox Iazz
(P.S.F. Records PSFD-91, 1997, CD)
Musica Transonic — A Pilgrimd Solache Musica Transonic — A Pilgrimd Solache
(P.S.F. Records PSFD-76, 1996, CD)
Musica Transonic — Musica Transonic Musica Transonic — Musica Transonic
(P.S.F. Records PSFD-61, 1995, CD)

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