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Stop Motion Orchestra official video

Some of the antics in this video might not be possible as a live performance — but it looks like fun! And yes, this is a prog(-ish) video with choreographed dance moves... sort of.

by Jon Davis, Published 2015-01-06


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Related artist(s): Stop Motion Orchestra

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