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Kevin Moore / Chroma Key

Kevin Moore / Chroma Key
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Kevin Moore (born May 26, 1967, Long Island, New York) is an American keyboardist, vocalist, and composer best known for his tenure in the band Dream Theater. He also leads the project called Chroma Key and has written music for movies.
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http://www.chromakey.com
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Releases on file (6)
Chroma Key — Graveyard Mountain Home Chroma Key — Graveyard Mountain Home
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 193, 2004, CD)
Fates Warning — Disconnected Fates Warning — Disconnected
(Metal Blade 3984-14324, 2000, CD)
Chroma Key — You Go Now Chroma Key — You Go Now
(Fight Evil FE 404, 2000, CD)
Chroma Key — Dead Air for Radios Chroma Key — Dead Air for Radios
(Fight Evil FE001, 1998, CD)
Fates Warning — A Pleasant Shade of Gray Fates Warning — A Pleasant Shade of Gray
(Metal Blade 3984 14129-2, 1997, CD)
Dream Theater — Awake Dream Theater — Awake
(EastWest Records 90126-2, 1993, CD)

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