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Sithonia
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Italy
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Sithonia is an Italian neo-progressive band formed in the mid 80s in Bologna. One of the band's most prominent features has been the dual keyboards of Oriano Dasasso and Paolo Nannetti. Through most of the band's history, they have been joined by Roberto Magni (guitar), Orio Cenacchi (drums), Valerio Roda (bass), and Marco Giovannini (vocals). After releasing Hotel Brun in 1998, the band ceased activity for ten years, then resumed.
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http://www.sithoniamusic.it
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Releases on file (7)
Various Artists — The Stories of H.P. Lovecraft - A SyNphonic Collection Various Artists — The Stories of H.P. Lovecraft - A SyNphonic Collection
(Musea FGBG 4914, 2012, 3CD)
Sithonia — La Soluzione Semplice Sithonia — La Soluzione Semplice
(Lizard LDV 004, 2011, CD)
Sithonia — Hotel Brun Sithonia — Hotel Brun
(Mellow MMP 351, 1998, CD)
Sithonia — Confine Sithonia — Confine
(Mellow MMP 271, 1995, CD)
Sithonia — Folla di Passaggio Sithonia — Folla di Passaggio
(Mellow MMP 228, 1993, CD)
Sithonia — Spettacolo Annullato Sithonia — Spettacolo Annullato
(Mellow MMP 115, 1992, CD)
Sithonia — Lungo il Sentiero di Pietra Sithonia — Lungo il Sentiero di Pietra
(Camerun CR 001, 1989, LP)

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