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Octopus
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Octopus was a Norwegian band of the late 70s that released only one album, which due to its rare status, is a sought-after collectors' item.
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Octopus — Thærie Wiighen Octopus — Thærie Wiighen
(Octocon ORLP 0001, 1981, LP)

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