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Periferia del Mondo

Periferia del Mondo
Country
Italy
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Periferia del Mondo is an Italian progressive rock band formed in Rome in 1994 by Alessandro Papotto (saxophone, vocals), Giovanni Tommasi (guitar), Claudio Braico (bass), Tony Zito (drums), and Bruno Vegliante (keyboards).
Website
http://www.periferiadelmondo.com
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Releases on file (5)
Periferia del Mondo — Nel Regno dei Ciechi Periferia del Mondo — Nel Regno dei Ciechi
(Immaginifica ARS IMM / 1016, 2013, CD)
Various Artists — Prog Exhibition – 40 Anni di Musica Immaginifica Various Artists — Prog Exhibition – 40 Anni di Musica Immaginifica
(Edel ARS IMM / 1004, 2011, 7CD+4DVD)
Periferia del Mondo — Perif3ria del Mondo Periferia del Mondo — Perif3ria del Mondo
(Electromantic ART 418, 2006, CD)
Periferia del Mondo — Un Millione di Voci Periferia del Mondo — Un Millione di Voci
(Akarma AK 3002, 2002, CD)
Periferia del Mondo — In Ogni Luogo, in Ogni Tempo Periferia del Mondo — In Ogni Luogo, in Ogni Tempo
(Akarma AK 3001, 1999, CD)

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