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Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies

Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies
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Norway
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Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies was formed in the mid-90s, solidifying in 1998 to a lineup of Gunnar Emmerhoff, Inge Joakim Rypdal, Iver Sandøy, Einride Torvik, Arild Vikane, and Jørgen Træen. The band is based in Bergen.
Website
http://emmerhoff.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (6)
Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies — Circle Six Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies — Circle Six
(Apollon Records AP017, 2018, CD / LP / DL)
Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies — Where the Pale Light Creeps Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies — Where the Pale Light Creeps
(Melancholy MELCD 07, 2011, CD)
Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies — Electric Reverie Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies — Electric Reverie
(Bauta 010, 2005, CD)
Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies — If This Darkness Lingers Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies — If This Darkness Lingers
(Bauta 006, 2003, CD)
Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies — Loosebox Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies — Loosebox
(Melancholy MELCD 04, 2002, CD)
Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies — Viva Revenge Emmerhoff & the Melancholy Babies — Viva Revenge
(Melancholy Records, 1999, CD)

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