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Óðmenn

Óðmenn
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Icelandic psychedelic rock band from the 70s which only released a single album in their career, a self-titled double LP.
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Óðmenn — Óðmenn Óðmenn — Óðmenn
(Íslenskir Tónar ÍT 118, 1970/2004, CD)

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