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Aragon

Aragon
Country
Australia
Profile
Australian neo-prog band.
Website
http://www.myspace.com/aragonprogressive
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (5)
Aragon  — Mouse Aragon — Mouse
(SI Music SI3069, 1995, CD)
Various Artists — Progressive & Melodic Rock Vol. 2 Various Artists — Progressive & Melodic Rock Vol. 2
(SI Music SIMPLYFORTYEIGHT, 1994, CD)
Various Artists — Progressive & Melodic Rock Vol. 3 Various Artists — Progressive & Melodic Rock Vol. 3
(SI Music SIMPLYFORTYNINE, 1994, CD)
Various Artists — Progressive & Melodic Rock Vol. 1 Various Artists — Progressive & Melodic Rock Vol. 1
(SI Music SIMPLy 24, 1993, CD)
Aragon  — Mr.Angel Aragon — Mr.Angel
(*, 0, CD)

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