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Calliope

Calliope
Country
Italy
Profile
Italian progressive rock band established in the late 80s but mostly active during the 90s.
Website
Not on file
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (4)
Calliope — Generazioni Calliope — Generazioni
(Electromantic ART405, 2003, CD)
Calliope  — Il Madrigale del Vento Calliope — Il Madrigale del Vento
(Vinyl Magic VMNP 015, 1995, CD)
Calliope — Città di Frontiera Calliope — Città di Frontiera
(Vinyl Magic VMNP 04, 1993, CD)
Calliope — La Terra dei Grandi Occhi Calliope — La Terra dei Grandi Occhi
(Vinyl Magic VMNP 01, 1992, CD)

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