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Corima is a zeuhl / R.I.O. band originally formed in El Paso, Texas, now based in Los Angeles. The band started in 2005 with Sergio Ravelo (drums), Juan Tarin (bass), Erik Martinez, Jaime Silva (both guitar). After Francisco Casanova (keyboards) joined the band, the guitarists left and the band's style evolved to include zeuhl. After touring and releasing their debut album, Ravelo and Casanova relocated to California and reconfigured the band with Andrea Calderón (violin, vocals), Ryan Kamiyamazaki (bass), and Patrick Shiroishi (saxophone).
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http://corimamusic.net
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Corima — Amaterasu Corima — Amaterasu
(Soleil Zeuhl 50, 2016, CD)
Corima — Quetzalcoatl Corima — Quetzalcoatl
(Soleil Zeuhl 36, 2012, CD)
Corima — Corima Corima — Corima
((Not on label) no#, 2007, CD)

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