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Braindance

Braindance
Country
United States
Profile
Braindance is a "progressive darkwave" project that began in 1992 as a collaboration between Vora Vor (producer, guitar) and Sebastian Elliott (lyrics, vocals). Various other members have participated over the years since formation.
Website
http://www.progressivedarkwave.com
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (3)
Braindance — Master of Disguise Braindance — Master of Disguise
((Not on label) , 2014, CD)
Braindance  — Redemption Braindance — Redemption
(PDRO103, 2001, CD)
Braindance  — Fear Itself Braindance — Fear Itself
(Double Edge DEBD002, 1995, CD)

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