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Ubi Maior

Ubi Maior
Country
Italy
Profile
Ubi Maior is an Italian progressive rock band formed in Milan in 1998.
Website
http://www.ubimaiorweb.it
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (6)
Ubi Maior — Bestie, Uomini e Dèi Ubi Maior — Bestie, Uomini e Dèi
(AMS , 2020, CD / DL)
Ubi Maior — Incanti Bio Meccanici Ubi Maior — Incanti Bio Meccanici
(AMS 249, 2014, CD)
Ubi Maior — Senza Tempo Ubi Maior — Senza Tempo
(AMS 160, 2009, CD)
Various Artists — Higher and Higher: A Tribute to the Moody Blues Various Artists — Higher and Higher: A Tribute to the Moody Blues
(Mellow MMP-481-ABC, 2006, 3CD)
Ubi Maior — Nostos Ubi Maior — Nostos
(Vinyl Magic VM 110 CD, 2005, CD)
Various Artists — The Letters - An Unconventional Italian Guide to King Crimson Various Artists — The Letters - An Unconventional Italian Guide to King Crimson
(Mellow MMP460A/B/C, 2004, 3CD)

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