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Delirium

Delirium
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Italy
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Delirium is an Italian prog-rock band from Genova active in period 1970-1975, formed from previous band I Sagittari. After more than 30 years, band was reformed and the new line-up released Live Vibrazioni Notturne CD in 2007. Other new recordings followed.
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http://www.idelirium.it
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Releases on file (5)
Delirium — L'Era della Menzogna Delirium — L'Era della Menzogna
(Black Widow BWRCD 180-2 / BWR 180, 2015, CD / LP)
Delirium — Live (Vibrazione Notturno) Delirium — Live (Vibrazione Notturno)
(Black Widow BWRCD 100-2, 2007, CD)
Delirium — III (Viaggio negli Arcipelaghi del Tempo) Delirium — III (Viaggio negli Arcipelaghi del Tempo)
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC126, 1974/2011, CD)
Delirium — Lo Scemo e il Villaggio Delirium — Lo Scemo e il Villaggio
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC7105, 1972/2011, CD)
Delirium — Dolce Acqua Delirium — Dolce Acqua
(Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso, 1971/2014, CD)

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