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Bass Communion

Bass Communion
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England
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Bass Communion is Steven Wilson's ambient electronic project.
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Releases on file (4)
Bass Communion — Cenotaph Bass Communion — Cenotaph
(Tonefloat tf116, 2011, CD)
Bass Communion — Pacific Codex Bass Communion — Pacific Codex
(Equation E=mc16, 2008, CD)
Bass Communion — Bass Communion (2) Bass Communion — Bass Communion (2)
(Hidden Art hi-art 4, 1999, 2CD)
Bass Communion  — Bass Communion Bass Communion — Bass Communion
(Hidden Art hi-art 9, 1998/2001, CD)

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