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Osada Vida

Osada Vida
Country
Poland
Profile
Osada Vida is a progressive rock band based in Silesia, Poland. The group was formed in 1997 as a cover band doing music by Rush, King Crimson, and Camel, but began writing their own material.
Website
http://www.osadavida.art.pl
Related articles (6)
Releases on file (6)
Osada Vida — The After-Effect Osada Vida — The After-Effect
(Metal Mind MMP CD 0742 DG, 2014, CD)
Osada Vida — Particles Osada Vida — Particles
(Metal Mind MMP CD 0718 DG , 2013, CD)
Osada Vida — Where the Devils Live Osada Vida — Where the Devils Live
(Metal Mind 0200, 2012, DVD)
Osada Vida — Uninvited Dreams Osada Vida — Uninvited Dreams
(Metal Mind MMP CD 0674, 2009, CD)
Osada Vida — The Body Parts Party Osada Vida — The Body Parts Party
(Metal Mind MMP CD 0598, 2008, CD)
Osada Vida — Three Seats behind a Triangle Osada Vida — Three Seats behind a Triangle
(Metal Mind MMP CD 0568, 2007, CD)

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