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Enchant
Country
United States
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Enchant is a neo prog group from California formed in the early 90s by Doug Ott, Paul Craddick and Mike Geimer.
Website
http://enchantband.com
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Releases on file (10)
Enchant — Blink of an Eye Enchant — Blink of an Eye
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 105, 2002, CD)
Enchant — Juggling 9 or Dropping 10 Enchant — Juggling 9 or Dropping 10
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 064, 2000, CD)
Enchant — Break Enchant — Break
(Inside Out Music IOMACD 4002, 1998/2002, CD)
Enchant — Time Lost Enchant — Time Lost
(Inside Out Music IOMACD 4003, 1997, CD)
Enchant — Wounded Enchant — Wounded
(Magna Carta MA-9020-2, 1996, CD)
Various Artists — The Moon Revisited Various Artists — The Moon Revisited
(Magna Carta MA-9002-2, 1995, CD)
Various Artists — Supper's Ready Various Artists — Supper's Ready
(Magna Carta MA-9004-2, 1995, CD)
Various Artists — Tales from Yesterday Various Artists — Tales from Yesterday
(Magna Carta MA-9003-2, 1995, CD)
Enchant — A Blueprint of the World Enchant — A Blueprint of the World
(Magna Carta MA-9006-2, 1993/1995, CD)
Enchant — A Blueprint of the World Special Edition Enchant — A Blueprint of the World Special Edition
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 101, 1993/2002, 2CD)

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