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Arabs in Aspic

Arabs in Aspic
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Norway
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Arabs in Aspic is a psych / prog band from Trondheim, Norway. Membership has varied since the band's founding, with the 2017 edition consisting of Jostein Smeby (guitar, vocals), Eskil Nyhus (drums), Stig A. Jørgensen (keyboards, guitar, vocals), and Erik Paulsen (bass).
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http://www.arabsinaspic.org
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Releases on file (8)
Arabs in Aspic — Live at Avantgarden Arabs in Aspic — Live at Avantgarden
(Apollon Records , 2018, CD)
Arabs in Aspic — Syndenes Magi Arabs in Aspic — Syndenes Magi
(Apollon Records ARP009, 2017, CD)
Arabs in Aspic — Victims of Your Father's Agony Arabs in Aspic — Victims of Your Father's Agony
(Black Widow BWRCD 185-2 / BWR 185, 2015, CD / LP)
Arabs in Aspic — Pictures in a Dream Arabs in Aspic — Pictures in a Dream
(Black Widow BWRCD 152-2, 2013, CD)
Arabs in Aspic — Strange Frame of Mind Arabs in Aspic — Strange Frame of Mind
(Black Widow BWRCD 133-2, 2011, CD)
Arabs in Aspic — Far out in Aradabia Arabs in Aspic — Far out in Aradabia
(Borse CD04, 2004, CD)
Arabs in Aspic — Progeria / Far out in Aradabia Arabs in Aspic — Progeria / Far out in Aradabia
(Pancromatic PLP 2009, 2004/2011, 2LP)
Arabs in Aspic — Progeria Arabs in Aspic — Progeria
(Borse CD03, 2003, CD)

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