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Teru's Symphonia

Teru's Symphonia
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Japan
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Teru's Symphonia was a Japanese symphonic progressive rock band led by Terutsugu Hirayama.
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Teru's Symphonia — The Gate Teru's Symphonia — The Gate
(Musea FGBG-4302.AR, 1999, CD)
Teru's Symphonia — Do Androids Dream of Electric Camel Teru's Symphonia — Do Androids Dream of Electric Camel
(Musea FGBG 4234.AR, 1997, CD)
Teru's Symphonia — Clockworked Earth Teru's Symphonia — Clockworked Earth
(Musea FGBG 4342.AR, 1993/2000, CD)
Teru's Symphonia — Fable on the Seven Pillows Teru's Symphonia — Fable on the Seven Pillows
(Made in Japan SYCD-1, 1991, CD)
Teru's Symphonia — Human Race Party Teru's Symphonia — Human Race Party
(Crime KICS 91932, 1989/2013, CD)
Teru's Symphonia — Egg the Universe Teru's Symphonia — Egg the Universe
(Spalax CD14580, 1988/2001, CD)
Teru's Symphonia — Teru's Symphonia Teru's Symphonia — Teru's Symphonia
(Nexus KICS 91931, 1985/2013, CD)

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