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Deluge Grander
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Deluge Grander is a progressive rock group formed in 2005 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. It is one of Dan Britton's projects, along with All over Everywhere and Birds and Buildings. Drummer Patrick Gaffney has been with Britton from the beginning, and for the first two albums, the band also included Dave Berggren (guitar) and Brett D'Anon (bass). Later the guitar and bass spots were taken by Cliff Phelps and Christopher West.
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http://emkog.com
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Releases on file (5)
Deluge Grander — Oceanarium Deluge Grander — Oceanarium
(Emkog Records 007, 2017, CD)
Deluge Grander — Heliotians Deluge Grander — Heliotians
(Emkog Records 007, 2014, LP+CD)
Various Artists — Romantic Warriors: A Progressive Music Saga Various Artists — Romantic Warriors: A Progressive Music Saga
(Zeitgeist Media 1, 2010, DVD)
Deluge Grander — The Form of the Good Deluge Grander — The Form of the Good
(Emkog Records 004, 2009, CD)
Deluge Grander — August in the Urals Deluge Grander — August in the Urals
(Emkog Records 001, 2006, CD)

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