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Big Big Train
Country
England
Profile
Big Big Train is a mostly English progressive rock band that was founded in 1990. Based in Bournemouth, England, the band members are Nick D'Virgilio, Dave Gregory, David Longdon, Danny Manners, Andy Poole and Gregory Spawton.
Website
http://www.bigbigtrain.com
Related articles (6)
Releases on file (13)
Big Big Train — Grand Tour Big Big Train — Grand Tour
(Bandcamp no#, 2019, DL)
Big Big Train — Folklore Big Big Train — Folklore
(English Electric Recordings EERCD0016, 2016, CD)
Big Big Train — A Stone's Throw from the Line Big Big Train — A Stone's Throw from the Line
(English Electric Recordings EERCD0018, 2016, 2CD)
Big Big Train — English Electric Part Two Big Big Train — English Electric Part Two
(English Electric Recordings EERCD0012, 2013, CD)
Big Big Train — English Electric Part One Big Big Train — English Electric Part One
(English Electric Recordings EERCD011, 2012, CD)
Big Big Train — The Underfall Yard Big Big Train — The Underfall Yard
(English Electric Recordings EERCD005, 2009, CD)
Big Big Train — The Difference Machine Big Big Train — The Difference Machine
(English Electric Recordings EERCD 003, 2007, CD)
Big Big Train  — Bard Big Big Train — Bard
(Treefrog TFCD001, 2002, CD)
Big Big Train — English Boy Wonders Big Big Train — English Boy Wonders
(English Electric Recordings EERCD004, 1997/2008, CD)
Big Big Train — Gathering Speed Big Big Train — Gathering Speed
(English Electric Recordings EERCD006, 1995/2009, CD)
Big Big Train — Goodbye to the Age of Steam Big Big Train — Goodbye to the Age of Steam
(English Electric Recordings EERCD008, 1994/2011, CD)
Big Big Train — The Infant Hercules Big Big Train — The Infant Hercules
(Least Peculiar BBTLPT3, 1993, CD)
Big Big Train — From the River to the Sea Big Big Train — From the River to the Sea
(Least Peculiar BBTLPT2, 1991, CD)

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