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Outer Limits
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Outer Limits was a Japanese progressive rock band in the 80s, influenced by British and Italian music.
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Outer Limits — Stromatolite Outer Limits — Stromatolite
(Musea FGBG 4719.AR, 2007, CD)
Outer Limits — The Scene of Pale Blue Outer Limits — The Scene of Pale Blue
(Musea FGBG 4290.AR, 1987/1999, CD)
Outer Limits — The Silver Apples on the Moon Outer Limits — The Silver Apples on the Moon
(Musea FGBG 4193.AR, 1987/1997, CD)
Outer Limits — A Boy Playing the Magical Bugle Horn Outer Limits — A Boy Playing the Magical Bugle Horn
(Made in Japan KICS 91936, 1986/2013, CD)
Outer Limits — Misty Moon Outer Limits — Misty Moon
(Musea FGBG 4241.AR, 1985/1997, CD)
Original Outer Limits — Outer Mania Original Outer Limits — Outer Mania
(Belle Antique 9462, 1984/1993, CD)

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