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Node is an electronic project started in the 90s, when it featured Dave Bessell, Gary Stout, Ed Buller, and Mark "Flood" Ellis. Bessell, Buller, and Ellis reunited in 2014 for another release, bringing Mel Wesson into the fold in place of Stout.
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Node — Node Live Node — Node Live
(DiN 55, 2018, CD / DL)
Node — Node 2 Node — Node 2
(DiN 44, 2014, CD)
Node — Node Node — Node
(Deviant DVNT 5 CD, 1995, CD)

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