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Quantum Fantay

Quantum Fantay
Quantum Fantay is a Belgian space rock band started in 2002.
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Quantum Fantay — Dancing in Limbo Quantum Fantay — Dancing in Limbo
(Progressive Promotion Records PPRCD 032, 2015, CD)
Quantum Fantay — Terragaia Quantum Fantay — Terragaia
(Progressive Promotion Records PPRCD022, 2014, CD)
Quantum Fantay — Bridges of the Old Fishingmine Quantum Fantay — Bridges of the Old Fishingmine
(Bassick bass112, 2011, CD)
Quantum Fantay — Bridges of Kukuriku Quantum Fantay — Bridges of Kukuriku
(Bassick bass103, 2010, CD)
Quantum Fantay — Kaleidothrope Quantum Fantay — Kaleidothrope
(Shiver SHR 513, 2009, CD)
Quantum Fantay — From Herzberg to Livingroom Quantum Fantay — From Herzberg to Livingroom
(Herzberg Verlag v-hb-019, 2008, 2CD)
Quantum Fantay — Ugisiunsi Quantum Fantay — Ugisiunsi
((Not on label) Mush cd 002, 2007, CD)
Quantum Fantay — Agapanthusterra Quantum Fantay — Agapanthusterra
(Herzberg Verlag v-hb-016, 2005/2007, CD)

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