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Syzygy (Witsend)

Syzygy (Witsend)
Country
United States
Profile
The progressive rock trio from Ohio USA, originally called Witsend; they changed their name to Syzygy upon release of their 2003 album The Allegory of Light.
Website
http://www.syzygymusic.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (5)
Syzygy — A Glorious Disturbance Syzygy — A Glorious Disturbance
((Not on label) SME 090808, 2012, CD+2DVD)
Syzygy — Realms of Eternity Syzygy — Realms of Eternity
((Not on label) 82777092786 9, 2009, CD)
Syzygy — The Allegory of Light Syzygy — The Allegory of Light
((Not on label) no#, 2003, CD)
Syzygy — Cosmos & Chaos - 20th Anniversary Edition Syzygy — Cosmos & Chaos - 20th Anniversary Edition
((Not on label) 8 27770-11233 3, 1994/2014, CD)
Witsend — Cosmos and Chaos Witsend — Cosmos and Chaos
((Not on label) no#, 1993, CD)

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