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Ozone Player

Ozone Player
Country
Finland
Profile
Ozone Player is the name used by Helsinki composer and multi-instrumentalist Otso Pakarinen, whose music usually falls within the electronic realm, though he has been known to use a wide variety of guest players on many different instruments.
Website
http://www.ozoneplayer.com
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (6)
Ozone Player / Matt Howarth — Long Range Influence Ozone Player / Matt Howarth — Long Range Influence
(VP008, 2011, CD)
Ozone Player — Orange Apples Ozone Player — Orange Apples
(Visual Power VP007, 2008, CD)
Ozone Player — Frozen Paint on Boiling Canvas Ozone Player — Frozen Paint on Boiling Canvas
(Visual Power VP006, 2005, CD)
Ozone Player — E Ozone Player — E
(Visual Power VP004, 2002, CD)
Ozone Player — Insane Logic Ozone Player — Insane Logic
(Visual Power VP001, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — E-Progeny Various Artists — E-Progeny
(Luna Negra CDLN-10, 1999, CD)

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