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Pangée
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Pangée was a Canadian progressive rock band featuring Thierry B. Gateau (bass, clarinet, guitar), Jean-Vincent Roy (drums), Julien Bilodeau (guitar), Jean-Francois Bergeron (keyboards), and Pierre-Olivier Nadeau (violin).
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Pangée — Hymnemonde Pangée — Hymnemonde
((Not on label) no#, 1995, CD)

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