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Il Castello di Atlante

Il Castello di Atlante
Country
Italy
Profile
Italian progressive rock band formed in 1974. Their first released recording was a single in 1983; they have been releasing albums since 1993.
Website
http://www.castellodiatlante.com
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (9)
Il Castello di Atlante — Capitolo 8: Live Il Castello di Atlante — Capitolo 8: Live
(Musea FGBG-4938, 2014, CD+DVD)
Il Castello di Atlante — Tra le Antiche Mura Il Castello di Atlante — Tra le Antiche Mura
(Electromantic ARTP 504, 2009, CD)
Il Castello di Atlante — Concerto Acustico Il Castello di Atlante — Concerto Acustico
(Electromantic ART 417, 2006, CD)
Il Castello di Atlante — Quintessenza Il Castello di Atlante — Quintessenza
(Electromantic ART 112, 2004, CD)
Various Artists — Kalevala - A Finnish Progressive Rock Epic Various Artists — Kalevala - A Finnish Progressive Rock Epic
(Musea FGBG 4463.AR, 2003, 3CD)
Il Castello di Atlante — Come il Seguitare delle Stagioni Il Castello di Atlante — Come il Seguitare delle Stagioni
(Electromantic ART 402, 2001, CD)
Il Castello di Atlante — L'Ippogrifo Il Castello di Atlante — L'Ippogrifo
(Nexus KICP 2827, 1996, CD)
Il Castello di Atlante — Passo Dopo Passo Il Castello di Atlante — Passo Dopo Passo
(Vinyl Magic VM 045, 1994, CD)
Il Castello di Atlante — Sono Io il Signore delle Terre a Nord Il Castello di Atlante — Sono Io il Signore delle Terre a Nord
(Vinyl Magic VMNP 03, 1993, CD)

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