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Eris Pluvia

Eris Pluvia
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Italy
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Italian progressive rock band of the early 90s featuring Alessandro Serri (guitar, vocals), Edmondo Romano (wind instruments), Marco Forella (bass), Martino Murtas (drums), and Paolo Raciti (keyboards).
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Releases on file (3)
Eris Pluvia — Different Earths Eris Pluvia — Different Earths
(AMS AMS 276 CD, 2016, CD)
Eris Pluvia — Third Eye Light Eris Pluvia — Third Eye Light
(AMS AMS 188CD, 2010, CD)
Eris Pluvia — Rings of Earthly Light Eris Pluvia — Rings of Earthly Light
(Musea FGBG 4048.AR, 1991, CD)

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