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Hermetic Science

Hermetic Science
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United States
Profile
Hermetic Science is a California-based band formed by composer / keyboardist Ed Macan. He has worked with a variety of different musicians over the course of the band's existence.
Website
http://www.hermeticscience.com
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Releases on file (6)
Hermetic Science — These Fragments I Have Shored against My Ruins Hermetic Science — These Fragments I Have Shored against My Ruins
(Musea FGBG 4767, 2008, CD)
Hermetic Science — Crash Course Hermetic Science — Crash Course
(Hermeticum CD101, 2006, 2CD)
Hermetic Science — Out There - Live 1996-2006 Hermetic Science — Out There - Live 1996-2006
(Hermeticum Records CD102, 2006/2019, 2CD)
Hermetic Science — En Route Hermetic Science — En Route
(Magnetic Oblivion 3-MERM3-01, 2001, CD)
Hermetic Science — Prophesies Hermetic Science — Prophesies
(2-MERM2-99, 1999, CD)
Hermetic Science — Ed Macan's Hermetic Science Hermetic Science — Ed Macan's Hermetic Science
(Magnetic Oblivion 1-MERM1-97, 1997, CD)

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