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Lacrymosa

Lacrymosa
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Japan
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Lacrymosa was a Japanese band that combined avantgarde, RIO, progressive rock, and chamber music into a unique musical style. They have been compared to Univers Zero, Art Zoyd, and Zypressen.
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Lacrymosa — Joy of the Wrecked Ship Lacrymosa — Joy of the Wrecked Ship
(4033, 1994, CD)
Various Artists — Lost Years in Labyrinth Various Artists — Lost Years in Labyrinth
(Belle Antique 9119, 1991, CD)
Lacrymosa — Bugbear Lacrymosa — Bugbear
(SSE Communications, 1985/1994, CD)

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