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Negasphere
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Negasphere was a Japanese progressive rock band of the 80s.
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Various Artists — Lost Years in Labyrinth II Various Artists — Lost Years in Labyrinth II
(Belle Antique 9589, 1995, CD)
Negasphere — Negasphere 1985-1986 Negasphere — Negasphere 1985-1986
(Made in Japan MHD-25014, 1986/1991, CD)
Negasphere — Disadvantage Negasphere — Disadvantage
(DIW-5001, 1985, LP)
Negasphere — Castle in the Air Negasphere — Castle in the Air
(LLE-1007, 1984, LP)

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