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D.C. Cooper

D.C. Cooper
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D.C. Cooper (born 22th July 1965) is a singer from Pennsylvania, perhaps best known as a member of the band Royal Hunt.
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D.C. Cooper — D.C. Cooper D.C. Cooper — D.C. Cooper
(Inside Out Music IOMACD 2005, 1999, CD)
Royal Hunt — Paradox Royal Hunt — Paradox
(Magna Carta MA-9017-2, 1997, CD)

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