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Five Fifteen

Five Fifteen
Country
Finland
Profile
Long-running band led by Mika Järvinen, dedicated to classic and progressive rock sounds.
Website
http://www.myspace.com/fivefifteenband
Related articles (8)
Releases on file (12)
Five Fifteen — Alcohol Five Fifteen — Alcohol
(Sweden Rock SR2, 2007, CD)
Crazy World — Crazy World Crazy World — Crazy World
(Ranch 34-984769-7, 2005, CD)
Five Fifteen — Death of a Clown Five Fifteen — Death of a Clown
(Record Heaven RHCD49, 2001, CD)
Five Fifteen — Silver Machine Five Fifteen — Silver Machine
(Record Heaven RHCDM 8, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Tuonen Tytär - A Tribute to Finnish Progressive Various Artists — Tuonen Tytär - A Tribute to Finnish Progressive
(Mellow MMP 385 AB, 2000, 2CD)
Five Fifteen — I Don't Remember Five Fifteen — I Don't Remember
(Record Heaven RHCDM12, 1999, CD)
Various Artists — Thousand Days of Yesterdays - A Tribute to Captain Beyond Various Artists — Thousand Days of Yesterdays - A Tribute to Captain Beyond
(Record Heaven RHCD19, 1999, CD)
Five Fifteen — Innocence Is No Excuse Five Fifteen — Innocence Is No Excuse
(Record Heaven RHCDM 7, 1998, CD)
Five Fifteen — Six Dimensions of the Electric Camembert Five Fifteen — Six Dimensions of the Electric Camembert
(Record Heaven RHCD 015, 1998, CD)
Five Fifteen — Psychedelic Singalongs for Stadiums Five Fifteen — Psychedelic Singalongs for Stadiums
(Blastic Heaven BHR 3343 2, 1997, CD)
Five Fifteen — Armageddon Jam Session Number Four Five Fifteen — Armageddon Jam Session Number Four
(Bluelight BLR 3324 2, 1995, CD)
Five Fifteen — Progressive Hardrock beyond the Mainstream Five Fifteen — Progressive Hardrock beyond the Mainstream
(Bluelight BLR3319CD, 1994, CD)

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