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Culto sin Nombre

Culto sin Nombre
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Culto sin Nombre is a Mexican group who play in a RIO / chamber rock style. Members are Juan Carlos Ruiz (saxophone, bassoon), Mary Carmen Graue (cello, vocals), Noé Tenorio (clarinet, saxophone, piano), Rosa Macotela (viola), Ruth Lopez Pavon (flute, vocals), and Vincente Sanchez (percussion). Ruiz, who was previously in Nazca, and Graue are also in the group Arteria.
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Various Artists — Ce Ehécatl Rock-Arte-Sonoro Various Artists — Ce Ehécatl Rock-Arte-Sonoro
(Mexitli Cultura no#, 2003, 2CD)
Culto sin Nombre — Fracturas Internas Culto sin Nombre — Fracturas Internas
(*, 2002, CD)
Culto sin Nombre — Hallazgos Nerviosos Culto sin Nombre — Hallazgos Nerviosos
(Eibon 001, 1995, CD)

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