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The Gathering
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The Gathering is a Dutch band consisting of Rene Rutten (guitars, flute), Jelmer Wiersma (guitar), Frank Boeijen (synth), Hugo Prinsen Geerligs (bass), Hans Rutten (drums), and Anneke van Giersbergen (vocals).
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The Gathering — Superheat The Gathering — Superheat
(Century Media/Magic Arts 7978-2, 2000, CD)
The Gathering — How to Measure a Planet? The Gathering — How to Measure a Planet?
(Century Media/Magic Arts 7968-2, 1998, 2CD)
The Gathering — Mandylion The Gathering — Mandylion
(Century Media/Magic Arts 7798-2, 1995, CD)

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