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Magenta
Country
Wales
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Magenta is a progressive rock band based in South Wales featuring Christina Booth (vocals), Rob Reed (keyboards, guitars), and Chris Fry (guitars). The band started as Reed's solo project, but became a working band after the debut album was well-received.
Website
http://www.magenta-web.com
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (13)
Magenta — The Twenty-Seven Club Magenta — The Twenty-Seven Club
(Tigermoth TMRCD0913, 2013, CD/DVD)
Magenta — Chameleon Magenta — Chameleon
(Tigermoth TMRCD0911, 2011, CD)
Magenta — Metamorphosis Magenta — Metamorphosis
(Laser's Edge LE1052, 2008, CD)
Magenta — The Singles Magenta — The Singles
(Tigermoth CDTMR2, 2007, CD)
Magenta — Home Magenta — Home
(F2 Records 200606A, 2006, CD)
Magenta — Home - The Complete 2CD Edition Magenta — Home - The Complete 2CD Edition
(Tigermoth ECDTMR009, 2006/2009, 2CD)
Magenta — The New York Suite Magenta — The New York Suite
((Not on label) no#, 2006, CD)
Annie Haslam with Magenta — Night and Day Annie Haslam with Magenta — Night and Day
(F2 Records 200607S, 2006, CD)
Magenta — The Gathering Magenta — The Gathering
(F2 Records 200510D, 2005, DVD)
Magenta — Another Time... Another Place... Magenta — Another Time... Another Place...
(F2 Records 200411, 2004, 2CD)
Magenta — Seven Magenta — Seven
(F2 Records 200403, 2004, CD)
Various Artists — Kalevala - A Finnish Progressive Rock Epic Various Artists — Kalevala - A Finnish Progressive Rock Epic
(Musea FGBG 4463.AR, 2003, 3CD)
Magenta — Revolutions Magenta — Revolutions
(F2 Records 200105, 2001, 2CD)

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