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Colour Haze

Colour Haze
Country
Germany
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Colour Haze is a stoner/psychedelic rock group from Munich, Germany, consisting of singer and guitarist Stefan Koglek, drummer Manfred Merwald and bassist Philipp Rasthofer. Formed in the mid-90s, Colour Haze is one of the oldest German stoner outfits, and have since then become one of the flagships of the German stoner rock scene.
Website
http://colourhaze.de
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Releases on file (16)
Colour Haze — We Are Colour Haze — We Are
(Elektrohasch EH o12, 2019, CD / LP)
Colour Haze — In Her Garden Colour Haze — In Her Garden
(Elektrohasch 011, 2017, CD / 2LP)
Colour Haze — Live Vol. 1 - Europa Tournee 2015 Colour Haze — Live Vol. 1 - Europa Tournee 2015
(Elektrohasch 060, 2016, 2CD / 3LP)
Colour Haze — To the Highest Gods We Know Colour Haze — To the Highest Gods We Know
(Elektrohasch 010, 2014, CD / LP)
Colour Haze — She Said Colour Haze — She Said
(Elektrohasch 007, 2012, 2CD)
Colour Haze — All Colour Haze — All
(Elektrohasch 006, 2008, CD)
Colour Haze — Burg Herzberg Festival 18.Juli 2008 Colour Haze — Burg Herzberg Festival 18.Juli 2008
(Nerzberg Verlag v-hb-025, 2008/2009, 2CD)
Colour Haze — Live Vol. 2 - Live at Duna Jam 2007 Colour Haze — Live Vol. 2 - Live at Duna Jam 2007
(Elektrohasch 061, 2007/2019, CD / 2LP)
Colour Haze — Tempel Colour Haze — Tempel
(Elektrohasch 005, 2006, CD)
Colour Haze — Periscope Colour Haze — Periscope
(Elektrohasch 002, 2005, CD)
Colour Haze — Colour Haze Colour Haze — Colour Haze
(Elektrohasch 003, 2003, CD)
Colour Haze — Los Sounds de Krauts Colour Haze — Los Sounds de Krauts
(Elektrohasch 001, 2003, CD)
Colour Haze — Ewige Blumenkraft Colour Haze — Ewige Blumenkraft
(Elektrohasch 008, 2001/2014, CD)
Colour Haze — CO2 Colour Haze — CO2
(Monster Zero MZR004, 2000, CD)
Colour Haze — Periscope Colour Haze — Periscope
(Toaster no#, 1999, CDr)
Colour Haze — Chopping Machine Colour Haze — Chopping Machine
(David no#, 1995, CD)

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