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Klaatu
Country
Canada
Profile
Klaatu was a Canadian progressive rock group formed in 1973 by the duo of John Woloschuk and Dee Long. They named themselves after the extraterrestrial Klaatu portrayed by Michael Rennie in the film The Day the Earth Stood Still.
Website
http://www.klaatu.org
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Releases on file (7)
Klaatu — Solology Klaatu — Solology
(Bullseye BLR-CD-2517, 2005, CD)
Klaatu — Magentalane Klaatu — Magentalane
(Bullseye BLR-CD-2516, 1981/2007, CD)
Klaatu — Sunset: 1973-1981 Klaatu — Sunset: 1973-1981
(Bullseye BLR-CD-2515, 1981/2005, 2CD)
Klaatu — Endangered Species Klaatu — Endangered Species
(Bullseye BLR-CD-2513, 1980/2003, CD)
Klaatu — Sir Army Suit Klaatu — Sir Army Suit
(Bullseye BLR-CD-2512, 1978/2003, CD)
Klaatu — Hope Klaatu — Hope
(Bullseye BLR-CD-2511, 1977/2002, CD)
Klaatu — 3:47 EST (AKA Klaatu) Klaatu — 3:47 EST (AKA Klaatu)
(Bullseye BLR-CD-2510, 1976/2001, CD)

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