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Fromage
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Fromage was a Japanese progressive band of the 80s, fairly symphonic in style.
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Fromage — Ophelia Fromage — Ophelia
(Belle Antique 071276, 1988/2007, CD)
Fromage — Ondine Fromage — Ondine
(Belle Antique 9458, 1984/1993, CD)

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