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Yoshiro Hanno

Yoshiro Hanno
Country
Japan
Profile
Yoshihiro Hanno (半野喜弘) (aka Radiq) is a musician/composer who is involved in fields from electronic music to acoustic movie soundtracks.
Website
http://www.yoshihirohanno.com
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (3)
Mick Karn — Each Eye a Path Remix Mick Karn — Each Eye a Path Remix
(Medium Productions MPCD15, 2002, CD)
Various Artists — Medium Label Sampler Various Artists — Medium Label Sampler
(Medium Productions MPCD11, 1999, CD)
Yoshihiro Hanno Meets Mick Karn — Liquid Glass Yoshihiro Hanno Meets Mick Karn — Liquid Glass
(Medium Productions MPCD8, 1998, CD)

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