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Iceberg
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Iceberg was a progressive rock group from Barcelona, Spain, which was active from 1974 to 1979.
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Iceberg — Arc-En-Ciel Iceberg — Arc-En-Ciel
(Picap 802022-02, 1978/2009, CD)
Iceberg — En Directe Iceberg — En Directe
(Actual CD80 2023-02, 1978/1997, CD)
Iceberg — Sentiments Iceberg — Sentiments
(Picap CD80 2024-02, 1977/2003, CD)
Iceberg — Coses Nostres Iceberg — Coses Nostres
(Actual CD 80 2025-02, 1976/1997, CD)
Iceberg — Tutankhamon Iceberg — Tutankhamon
(Actual CD 80 2026-0, 1975/1997, CD)

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