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Lightwave

Lightwave
Country
France
Profile
Ambient band from France formed in 1984 by Christoph Harbonnier and Christian Wittman.
Website
http://lightwave-musique.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (8)
Lightwave — Bleu Comme une Orange Lightwave — Bleu Comme une Orange
(Signature SIG 11030, 2004, CD)
Lightwave — Caryotype Lightwave — Caryotype
(Signature SIG 11005, 2001, CD)
Lightwave — Cantus Umbrarum Lightwave — Cantus Umbrarum
(Horizon HM-1006-2, 2000, CD)
Lightwave — In der Unterwelt Lightwave — In der Unterwelt
(Plans Sonores 96001, 1996, CD)
Lightwave — Uranography Lightwave — Uranography
(MSI CDMS 1173, 1996, CD)
Lightwave — Mundus Subterraneus Lightwave — Mundus Subterraneus
(Horizon HM-1010-2, 1995/2006, CD)
Lightwave — Tycho Brahé Lightwave — Tycho Brahé
(Hearts of Space HS 11044-2, 1993, CD)
Lightwave — Nachtmusik Lightwave — Nachtmusik
(Erdenklang 90342, 1990, CD)

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