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Melting Euphoria

Melting Euphoria
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Melting Euphoria were formed in San Francisco by keyboardist Don Falcone (already active in the Thessalonians), bassist Anthony "Forti" Budziszewski, and drummer Mychael Merrill. Their style encompassed a number of psychedelic influences, especially Pink Floyd and Gong.
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Various Artists — Space Rock: An Interstellar Traveler's Guide Various Artists — Space Rock: An Interstellar Traveler's Guide
(Purple Pyramid CLO0355CD, 2016, 6CD)
Melting Euphoria — She Wants to Take Us over the Edge of the World Melting Euphoria — She Wants to Take Us over the Edge of the World
(Purple Pyramid CLP 0527-2, 1999, CD)
Various Artists — Area 51 - The Roswell Incident Various Artists — Area 51 - The Roswell Incident
(Purple Pyramid CLP 0172, 1997, 2CD)
Melting Euphoria — Inside the Gardens of the Mind Melting Euphoria — Inside the Gardens of the Mind
(Purple Pyramid CLP 0089-2, 1997, CD)
Various Artists — Strange Daze '97 Various Artists — Strange Daze '97
(Pangea Music OM-2012, 1997/1999, 2CD)
Melting Euphoria — Beyond the Maybe Machine Melting Euphoria — Beyond the Maybe Machine
(Cleopatra CLP 9778-2, 1996, CD)
Various Artists — A Saucerful of Pink Various Artists — A Saucerful of Pink
(Cleopatra CLEO 9551-2, 1995, 2CD)
Melting Euphoria — Upon the Solar Winds Melting Euphoria — Upon the Solar Winds
(Cleopatra CLEO 9609-2, 1995, CD)
Melting Euphoria — Through the Strands of Time (From the Madness We Began) Melting Euphoria — Through the Strands of Time (From the Madness We Began)
(Gonzo Multimedia HST162CD, 1994/2013, CD)

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