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3RDegree
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3RDegree is a band based in Ridgefield Park, NJ. The group was founded in 1990 by Robert James Pashman (bass, keyboards, vocals) and Patrick Kliesch (guitar), who eventually added lead singer George Dobbs. After many performances and little attention from the music world in general, they disbanded, but reformed in the mid-00s to revisit unrecorded material from the old days and some new material. Activity has since stepped up, and several more albums of new material have appeared.
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Releases on file (6)
3RDegree — Ones and Zeros: Vol. 1 3RDegree — Ones and Zeros: Vol. 1
(10T Records 10T10081, 2015, CD)
3RDegree — The Long Division 3RDegree — The Long Division
(Bandcamp no#, 2012, CD)
Various Artists — Tales from the Edge - A Tribute to the Music of Yes Various Artists — Tales from the Edge - A Tribute to the Music of Yes
(Mellow MMP 519, 2012, 2CD)
3RDegree — Narrow-Caster 3RDegree — Narrow-Caster
(Bandcamp no#, 2008, CD)
3RDegree  — Human Interest Story 3RDegree — Human Interest Story
(Bandcamp no#, 1996/2013, CD)
3RDegree — The World in Which We Live 3RDegree — The World in Which We Live
(Bandcamp no#, 1993/2006, CD)

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