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Burnt Belief

Burnt Belief
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Colin Edwin (bassist of Porcupine Tree) and guitarist Jon Durant teamed up to create a collaborative release titled Burnt Belief. They found the project so successful that a band was born, taking the album title for its name.
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Burnt Belief — Emergent Burnt Belief — Emergent
(Alchemy Records (US) ALCD1029, 2016, CD)
Burnt Belief — Etymology Burnt Belief — Etymology
(Alchemy Records (US) ALCD1028, 2014, CD)
Colin Edwin / Jon Durant (Burnt Belief) — Burnt Belief Colin Edwin / Jon Durant (Burnt Belief) — Burnt Belief
(Alchemy Records (US) ALCD 1027, 2012, CD)

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