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Ümit!
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Ümit! is a German space rock band consisting of Jochen Oberlack (guitar, keyboards, vocals), Von Irme (bass), and Peter Sherman (drums).
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Ümit! — The Testament of Ümit! Ümit! — The Testament of Ümit!
(Bellerophon Records BP.V.009, 2018, LP)
Ümit! — The Spirit of Ümit! Ümit! — The Spirit of Ümit!
(Bellerophon BP.CD.1.006, 2015, CD)

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