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The Galileo 7

The Galileo 7
Country
England
Profile
The Galileo 7 is a psychedelic band formed by former Prisoners bassist Allan Crockford.
Website
http://www.thegalileo7.co.uk
Related articles (6)
Releases on file (6)
The Galileo 7 — There Is Only Now The Galileo 7 — There Is Only Now
(Damaged Goods 515, 2019, CD / LP / DL)
The Galileo 7 — Too Late / The World Looks Different Today The Galileo 7 — Too Late / The World Looks Different Today
(State THS-031, 2019, 7")
The Galileo 7 — Tear Your Minds Wide Open The Galileo 7 — Tear Your Minds Wide Open
(Damaged Goods DAMGOOD484, 2017, CD / LP/ DL)
The Galileo 7 — Cruel Bird / Nowhere People The Galileo 7 — Cruel Bird / Nowhere People
(State THS-024, 2016, 7")
The Galileo 7 — One Lie at a Time / The God of Gaps The Galileo 7 — One Lie at a Time / The God of Gaps
(State THS-018, 2015, 7")
The Galileo 7 — False Memory Lane The Galileo 7 — False Memory Lane
(Fools Paradise FPLP001/FPCD0, 2014, LP/CD)

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