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The Spacious Mind

The Spacious Mind
Country
Sweden
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Formed in 1991, Sweden's The Spacious Mind have since become known as one of the world's leading psychedelic bands. Their music owes as much to the acid haze of the San Francisco ballrooms in the late 60s, as it does to the unknown areas of space, heart, and time.
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http://www.myspace.com/thespaciousmind
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Releases on file (4)
The Spacious Mind — Garden of a Well Fed Head The Spacious Mind — Garden of a Well Fed Head
(Lone Starfighter LSD 003, 1997, LP)
The Spacious Mind — Sailing the Seagoat The Spacious Mind — Sailing the Seagoat
(Garageland GRCD 018, 1996, CD)
The Spacious Mind — Organic Mind Solution The Spacious Mind — Organic Mind Solution
(Garageland GRCD 011, 1994, CD)
The Spacious Mind — Cosmic Minds at Play The Spacious Mind — Cosmic Minds at Play
(Garageland Records GRCD 006, 1993, CD)

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