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S.T. Mikael

S.T. Mikael
Country
Sweden
Profile
S.T. Mikael (sometimes written St. Mikael) is the name used by Mikael Sundström, a psychedelic multi-instrumentalist based in Stockholm, Sweden.
Website
http://www.subliminalsounds.se/DOK/stmikael.html
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (2)
S.T. Mikael — Mind of Fire S.T. Mikael — Mind of Fire
(Subliminal Sounds SUB 22, 2007, CD / LP)
St. Mikael — Visions of the Unknown St. Mikael — Visions of the Unknown
(Gallium Arsenide GaAs 2504, 1982/1997, CD)

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