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Kinesis

Name
Kinesis
URL
http://kinesiscd.com
Email
info@kinesiscd.com
Phone
Address
PO Box 586 Hanover, MD 21076-0586 US
Profile
Progressive Rock label and distributor. Originally known as Kinetic Discs circa 1992, then Kineses. The Label is now defunct.
Releases on file (15)
Haze — In the End: 1978 - 1988 Haze — In the End: 1978 - 1988
(Kinesis KDCD1006, 1988/1992, CD)
Iluvatar — Iluvatar Iluvatar — Iluvatar
(Kinesis KDCD 1008, 1993, CD)
Earthstone — Seed Earthstone — Seed
(Kinesis KDCD 1012, 1994, CD)
Fonya — In Flux Fonya — In Flux
(Kinesis KDCD 1014, 1994, CD)
However — Sudden Dusk However — Sudden Dusk
(Kinesis KDCD 1011, 1981/1994, CD)
Ken Watson — Assembly Ken Watson — Assembly
(Kinesis KDCD 1010, 1985/1994, CD)
However — Calling However — Calling
(Kinesis KDCD 1013, 1984/1995, CD)
Iluvatar — Children Iluvatar — Children
(Kinesis KDCD 1016, 1995, CD)
Jeremy — Pilgrim's Journey Jeremy — Pilgrim's Journey
(Kinesis KDCD 1015, 1995, CD)
Rocket Scientists — Brutal Architecture Rocket Scientists — Brutal Architecture
(Kinesis KDCD-1017, 1995, CD)
Fonya — Perfect Cosmological Principle Fonya — Perfect Cosmological Principle
(Kinesis KDCD 1024, 1997, CD)
Iluvatar — Sideshow Iluvatar — Sideshow
(Kinesis KDCD 1023, 1997, CD)
Erik Norlander — Threshold Erik Norlander — Threshold
(Kinesis KDCD-1020, 1997, CD)
Puppet Show — Traumatized Puppet Show — Traumatized
(Kinesis KDCD 1025, 1998, CD)
Iluvatar — A Story Two Days Wide Iluvatar — A Story Two Days Wide
(Kinesis KDCD 1026, 1999, CD)

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