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Oysterband

Oysterband
Country
England
Profile
Oysterband (formerly The Oyster Band and Oyster Band) is an English folk-rock group.
Website
http://www.oysterband.co.uk
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (9)
June Tabor & Oysterband — Ragged Kingdom June Tabor & Oysterband — Ragged Kingdom
(Topic Records TSCD585, 2011, CD)
Oysterband — Rise Above Oysterband — Rise Above
(Omnium OMM 2032, 2003, CD)
Oysterband — Here I Stand Oysterband — Here I Stand
(Omnium OMM2023, 1999, CD)
Oysterband — Deep Dark Ocean Oysterband — Deep Dark Ocean
(Cooking Vinyl COOK CD 128, 1997, CD)
Oysterband — Holy Bandits Oysterband — Holy Bandits
(Rykodisc RCD 10288, 1993, CD)
Oysterband — Deserters Oysterband — Deserters
(Rykodisc RCD 10237, 1992, CD)
Oysterband — Little Rock to Leipzig Oysterband — Little Rock to Leipzig
(Rykodisc RCD 50098, 1991, CD)
June Tabor and the Oyster Band — Freedom and Rain June Tabor and the Oyster Band — Freedom and Rain
(Rykodisc RCD 10194, 1990, CD)
Oyster Band — Ride Oyster Band — Ride
(Cooking Vinyl 838 400-2, 1989, CD)

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