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Karakorum
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Karakorum is a German progressive rock band based in Mühldorf. Their style aims to bring together classic German sounds of the 70s with more modern styles. The band consists of Max Schörghuber (guitar, percussion, lotus-flute, vocals), Bernhard Huber (guitar, percussion, vocals), Axel Hackner (keyboards, vocals), Jonas Kollenda (bass, siren, vocals), and Bastian Schuhbeck (drums, percussion, vocals).
Website
http://karakorum.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (2)
Karakorum — Fables and Fairytales Karakorum — Fables and Fairytales
(Tonzonen TON058, 2019, CD / LP / DL)
Karakorum — Beteigeuze Karakorum — Beteigeuze
(Tonzonen TON027, 2017, LP / CD / DL)

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