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Mariusz Duda / Lunatic Soul

Mariusz Duda / Lunatic Soul
Country
Poland
Profile
Lunatic Soul is the progressive rock side-project founded by Riverside bassist and singer Mariusz Duda in 2008.
Website
http://lunaticsoul.com/
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Releases on file (16)
Lunatic Soul — Fractured Lunatic Soul — Fractured
(Kscope 358, 2017, CD)
Amarok — The Hunt Amarok — The Hunt
(Musicom 5906395769247, 2017, CD / 2LP)
Riverside — Eye of the Soundscape Riverside — Eye of the Soundscape
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 465, 2016, 2CD)
Riverside — Love, Fear and the Time Machine Riverside — Love, Fear and the Time Machine
(Inside Out Music SR1204-2, 2015, CD)
Lunatic Soul — Walking on a Flashlight Beam Lunatic Soul — Walking on a Flashlight Beam
(Kscope 299WM, 2014, CD)
Riverside — Shrine of New Generation Slaves Riverside — Shrine of New Generation Slaves
(Inside Out Music IOMSECD 366, 2013, 2CD)
Lunatic Soul — Impressions Lunatic Soul — Impressions
(Kscope 188, 2011, CD)
Lunatic Soul — Lunatic Soul II Lunatic Soul — Lunatic Soul II
(Kscope 161, 2010, CD)
Riverside — Anno Domini High Definition Riverside — Anno Domini High Definition
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 313, 2009, CD)
Lunatic Soul — Lunatic Soul Lunatic Soul — Lunatic Soul
(Kscope 112, 2008, CD)
Riverside — Reality Dream Riverside — Reality Dream
((Not on label) no#, 2008, CD)
Riverside — Rapid Eye Movement Riverside — Rapid Eye Movement
(Inside Out Music IOMCD-283, 2007, CD)
Riverside — Second Life Syndrome Riverside — Second Life Syndrome
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 231, 2007, CD)
Riverside — Voices in My Head Riverside — Voices in My Head
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 251, 2005, CD)
Indukti — S.U.S.A.R. Indukti — S.U.S.A.R.
(Laser's Edge LE1042, 2004, CD)
Riverside — Out of Myself Riverside — Out of Myself
(Laser's Edge LE1039, 2003/2004, CD)

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