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Junk Machine

Junk Machine
Country
Norway
Profile
Junk Machine is a band based in Bergen, Norway featuring Daniel Thornhill (vocals, various instruments), Jonas Skarmark (production, various instruments), and Kristoffer van der Pas (drums).
Website
http://www.facebook.com/pg/junkmachinetv
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Junk Machine — Inner Child Labour Junk Machine — Inner Child Labour
(Apollon Records no#, 2017, CD)

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