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Stephan Kaske (M.A.S.S. / Momentum)

Stephan Kaske (M.A.S.S. / Momentum)
Country
Germany
Profile
Electronic musician Stephan Kaske of Mythos also records as M.A.S.S. and Momentum.
Website
http://www.mythos-music-berlin.de
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (7)
M.A.S.S. — Mysteria M.A.S.S. — Mysteria
(Membran Music 224083-372, 2006, 3CD)
Mythos — Grand Prix Mythos — Grand Prix
(Sireena SIR 2119, 1981/2013, CD)
Mythos — Quasar Mythos — Quasar
(Sireena SIR 2094, 1980/2012, CD)
Mythos — Concrete City Mythos — Concrete City
(OHR 70041-2, 1979/1999, CD)
Mythos — Strange Guys Mythos — Strange Guys
(OHR 70021-2, 1978/1999, CD)
Mythos — Dreamlab Mythos — Dreamlab
(OHR 70020-2, 1975/1999, CD)
Mythos — Mythos Mythos — Mythos
(OHR 70019-2, 1972/1999, CD)

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