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Qoph
Country
Sweden
Profile
Founded in 1994, progressive stoner rock band Qoph soon became an important part of the Swedish psychedelic rock scene. The album Kalejdoskopiska Aktiviteter ("Kaleidoscopic Activities"), released in 1998, gained international recognition, despite being sung in Swedish. Subsequent albums have been in English.
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http://qoph.se
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (4)
Qoph — Freaks Qoph — Freaks
(Transubstans Records TRANS106, 2012, CD)
Qoph — Pyrola Qoph — Pyrola
(Kaleidophone KALCD1, 2004, CD)
Various Artists — Thousand Days of Yesterdays - A Tribute to Captain Beyond Various Artists — Thousand Days of Yesterdays - A Tribute to Captain Beyond
(Record Heaven RHCD19, 1999, CD)
Qoph — Kalejdoskopiska Aktiviteter Qoph — Kalejdoskopiska Aktiviteter
(Record Heaven RHCD11, 1998, CD)

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