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Dreadnaught

Dreadnaught
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United States
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Dreadnaught is an American progressive rock band formed at the University of New Hampshire in 1996 by Robert M. Lord (bass), Richard R. Habib (drums), and Justin Walton (guitar). Lord and Habib are also members of Order of Thieves.
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http://www.dreadnaughtrock.com
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Releases on file (10)
Dreadnaught — Hard Chargin' Dreadnaught — Hard Chargin'
(Red Fez 905, 2017, CD)
Dreadnaught — Gettin' Tight with Dreadnaught Dreadnaught — Gettin' Tight with Dreadnaught
(Red Fez no#, 2015, CD)
Dreadnaught — Have a Drink with Dreadnaught Dreadnaught — Have a Drink with Dreadnaught
(Red Fez no#, 2013, CD)
Dreadnaught — High Heat and Chin Music Dreadnaught — High Heat and Chin Music
(Red Fez BBM1102, 2007, 2CD)
Dreadnaught — Live At Mojo Dreadnaught — Live At Mojo
(Comet Records HZ 024/2, 2005, 2CD)
Dreadnaught — Musica in Flagrante Dreadnaught — Musica in Flagrante
(Big Balloon Music BBM1101, 2004, CD)
Dreadnaught — The American Standard Dreadnaught — The American Standard
(Red Fez FEZ-005, 2001, CD)
Dreadnaught — Una Vez Mas Dreadnaught — Una Vez Mas
(Red Fez (no cat #), 2000, CD)
Dreadnaught — Dreadnaught Dreadnaught — Dreadnaught
((Not on label) , 1998, CD)
Dreadnaught — Dreadnaught  (Demo) Dreadnaught — Dreadnaught (Demo)
((Not on label) , 1996, K7)

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