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Hinn Íslenzki Þursaflokkur

Hinn Íslenzki Þursaflokkur
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Iceland
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Hinn Íslenski Þursaflokkur (Icelandic for “The Icelandic Flock of Trolls/Giants,” also sometimes credited as Þursaflokkurinn) is a progressive folk-rock band from Iceland. They formed in the 70s and released their self-titled debut album in 1978, using the full-length name. Subsequent albums used shortened forms of the name. They were active until the mid 80s, and have reunited from time to time since then.
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http://www.myspace.com/thursaflokkur‎
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Releases on file (2)
Hinn Íslenzki Þursaflokkur — Þursabit Hinn Íslenzki Þursaflokkur — Þursabit
(, 1979, LP)
Hinn Islenski Thursaflokkur — Thursabit Hinn Islenski Thursaflokkur — Thursabit
(*, 0, CD)

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