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Josiah

Josiah
Country
England
Profile
English band doing music inspired by the early days of heavy rock.
Website
http://www.myspace.com/josiahukrockers
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (4)
Josiah — Procession Josiah — Procession
(Elektrohasch EH138, 2009, CD)
Josiah — No Time Josiah — No Time
(Elektrohasch 121, 2007, CD)
Josiah — Into the Outside Josiah — Into the Outside
(Elektrohasch EH113, 2004/2007, CD)
Josiah — Josiah Josiah — Josiah
(Elektrohasch EH112, 2002/2007, CD)

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