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Fantasy

Fantasy
Country
England
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Fantasy was an early British progressive band led by singer Paul Lawrence.
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Fantasy — Vivariatum Fantasy — Vivariatum
(Audio Archives ACD 004, 1976/1994, CD)
Fantasy — Beyond the Beyond Fantasy — Beyond the Beyond
(Audio Archives ACD 034, 1974/1999, CD)
Fantasy — Paint a Picture Fantasy — Paint a Picture
(Lake Eerie LER 43007, 1973/2005, CD)

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