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Electric Orange
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Electric Orange is a German psych band based in Aachen, led by Dirk Jan Muller (keyboards, drums, vocals). The group was founded in 1992 and has included a number of other musicians over the years.
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http://electric-orange.com
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Releases on file (16)
Various Artists — Romantic Warriors IV - Krautrock Part 1 Various Artists — Romantic Warriors IV - Krautrock Part 1
(Zeitgeist Media no#, 2019, DVD)
Electric Orange — EOXXV Electric Orange — EOXXV
(Studio Fleisch SFCD08/09, 2017, 2CD)
Various Artists — Kopf Musik Various Artists — Kopf Musik
(Fruits de Mer crustacean 79, 2017, 3CD)
Electric Orange — Misophonia Electric Orange — Misophonia
(Studio Fleisch SFCD05, 2016, CD)
Electric Orange — Volume 10 Electric Orange — Volume 10
(Studio Fleisch SFCD03, 2014, CD)
Electric Orange — XX Electric Orange — XX
(Studio Fleisch SFLP02/03, 2012, 2LP / DL)
Electric Orange — Netto Electric Orange — Netto
(Sulatron-records st 1102, 2011, CD)
Electric Orange — Krautrock from Hell Electric Orange — Krautrock from Hell
(Sulatron-records st 1001, 2009, CD)
Electric Orange — Morbus Electric Orange — Morbus
(Sulatron-records st 0702, 2007, CD)
Electric Orange — Fleischwerk Electric Orange — Fleischwerk
(Sulatron-records st 0803, 2005/2008, CD)
Electric Orange — Platte Electric Orange — Platte
(Sulatron-records st 0701, 2003/2007, CD)
Various Artists — Manikin Records: First Decade 1992-2002 Various Artists — Manikin Records: First Decade 1992-2002
(Manikin MRCD 7062, 2002, 2CD)
Electric Orange — Abgelaufen! Electric Orange — Abgelaufen!
(MPL 901, 2001, CD)
Electric Orange — Cyberdelic Electric Orange — Cyberdelic
(Delerium DELEC CD 041, 1996, CD)
Electric Orange — Orange Communication Electric Orange — Orange Communication
(Delerium DELEC CDS036, 1996, CD)
Electric Orange — Electric Orange Electric Orange — Electric Orange
(Delerium DELEC CD 042, 1993/1999, 2CD)

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