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Amarok

Amarok
Country
Spain
Profile
Spanish folk-rock band with Arabic influence and the occasional foray into progressive rock.
Website
http://manelpm.eresmas.net
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (9)
Amarok — Hayat Yolunda (Path of Life) Amarok — Hayat Yolunda (Path of Life)
(Azafrán Media AP1527, 2015, 2CD)
Amarok — Sol de Medianoche Amarok — Sol de Medianoche
(ProgRock PRR265, 2007, CD)
Amarok — Gouevia 2005 Amarok — Gouevia 2005
(Azafrán Media API209, 2005/2011, CD)
Amarok — Quentadharkën Amarok — Quentadharkën
(Musea FGBG 4567, 2004, CD)
Amarok  — Mujer Luna Amarok — Mujer Luna
(Musea FGBG 4477.AR, 2002, CD)
Amarok — Tierra de Especias Amarok — Tierra de Especias
(Tecnosaga KPD-10.991, 2000, CD)
Amarok — Gibra'ara Amarok — Gibra'ara
(Beringia BCD-002, 1998, CD)
Amarok — Canciones de los Mundos Perdidos Amarok — Canciones de los Mundos Perdidos
(Musea FGBG 4780, 1995/2009, CD)
Amarok  — Els Nostres Petits Amics Amarok — Els Nostres Petits Amics
(Beringia BCD-001, 1994, CD)

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