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RAIG
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RAIG stands for Russian Association of Independent Genres, but the label handles music from outside Russia as well.
Releases on file (27)
Seven That Spells — My Mommy Wants to Kiss Your Mamma Seven That Spells — My Mommy Wants to Kiss Your Mamma
(RAIG R012, 2005, CD)
Seven That Spells — It Came from the Planet of Love Seven That Spells — It Came from the Planet of Love
(RAIG R013, 2006, CD)
Vespero — Rito Vespero — Rito
(RAIG R024, 2007, CD)
Sendelica — Spaceman Bubblegum and Other Weird Tales from the Mercury Mind Sendelica — Spaceman Bubblegum and Other Weird Tales from the Mercury Mind
(RAIG R026, 2007, CD)
Kalutaliksuak — Kalutaliksuak Kalutaliksuak — Kalutaliksuak
(RAIG R021, 1993/2007, CD)
October Equus — Charybdis October Equus — Charybdis
(RAIG R034, 2008, CD)
Kalutaliksuak — Last Day of Sun Kalutaliksuak — Last Day of Sun
(RAIG R035, 2008, CD)
Vespero — Surpassing All Kings Vespero — Surpassing All Kings
(RAIG R041, 2009, CD)
Sendelica — The Girl from the Future Who Lit up the Sky with Golden Worlds Sendelica — The Girl from the Future Who Lit up the Sky with Golden Worlds
(RAIG R039, 2009, CD)
Vespero — By the Waters of Tomorrow Vespero — By the Waters of Tomorrow
(RAIG R058, 2010, CD)
Sendelica — Streamedelica, She Sighed as She Hit Rewind on the Dream Mangler Remote Sendelica — Streamedelica, She Sighed as She Hit Rewind on the Dream Mangler Remote
(RAIG R052, 2010, CD)
Kalutaliksuak — Snow Melts Black Kalutaliksuak — Snow Melts Black
(RAIG R065, 2011, CD)
Kalutaliksuak — Totem Making Kalutaliksuak — Totem Making
(RAIG R068PG, 2011, CD)
Vespero — Subkraut: U-Boats Willkommen Hier Vespero — Subkraut: U-Boats Willkommen Hier
(RAIG R073, 2012, CD)
IWKC — Urban Fears IWKC — Urban Fears
(RAIG IWKC01, 2012, CD)
Human Factor — 4.Hm.f Human Factor — 4.Hm.f
(RAIG R074, 2012, CD)
Vespero — Droga Vespero — Droga
(RAIG R079, 2013, CD)
I Will Kill Chita — Before We Disappear I Will Kill Chita — Before We Disappear
(RAIG IWKC03, 2013, CD)
Kshettra — <i> Kshettra —
(RAIG R078, 2013, CD)
Air Canda — Air Canda Air Canda — Air Canda
(RAIG R084, 2014, CD)
Kalutaliksuak — Death of the Alpinist Kalutaliksuak — Death of the Alpinist
(RAIG R081, 2014, CD)
Vespero — Fitful Slumber until 5 A.M. Vespero — Fitful Slumber until 5 A.M.
(RAIG R086, 2015, CD)
Ciolkowska — Pistolet Budushchego Ciolkowska — Pistolet Budushchego
(RAIG R091, 2015, CD)
Alex's Hand — Künstler Scheiße Alex's Hand — Künstler Scheiße
(RAIG R091, 2016, CD)
Vespero — Lique Mekwas Vespero — Lique Mekwas
(RAIG R092, 2016, CD)
Human Factor — Homo Universum Human Factor — Homo Universum
(RAIG R093, 2016, CD)
Alex's Hand — KaTaTaK Alex's Hand — KaTaTaK
(RAIG no#, 2017, CD)

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