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Alien Planetscapes

Alien Planetscapes
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United States
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Alien Planetscapes was an American electronic group founded by Doug Walker in the late 70s with the intention of melding free jazz with Berlin school electronic music. The group continued with varying collaborators until Walker's death in 2006.
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http://www.alienplanetscapes.com
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Releases on file (2)
Alien Planetscapes  — Life on Earth Alien Planetscapes — Life on Earth
(Galactus G/AP 107, 1997, CD)
Various Artists — Strange Daze '97 Various Artists — Strange Daze '97
(Pangea Music OM-2012, 1997/1999, 2CD)

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