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Phideaux
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Xavier Phideaux grew up in New York City (today a citizen of Los Angeles) is a composer of modern technological music that he describes as "psychedelic progressive gothic rock." The band Phideaux comprises many friends who have known each other since early childhood. Each album is unique in sound and content of adventurous art rock music. Phideaux creates mysterious and melodic music for the sheer love of it, independently releasing recordings which have been complimented for capturing the essence of classic rock music while remaining modern and distinctive.
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http://www.myspace.com/phideaux
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Releases on file (11)
Phideaux — Infernal Phideaux — Infernal
(Bandcamp no#, 2018, CD / DL)
Phideaux — Snowtorch Phideaux — Snowtorch
(Bloodfish 8 26677 00459 8, 2011, CD)
Various Artists — Romantic Warriors: A Progressive Music Saga Various Artists — Romantic Warriors: A Progressive Music Saga
(Zeitgeist Media 1, 2010, DVD)
Phideaux — Number Seven Phideaux — Number Seven
(Bloodfish zyz-007, 2009, CD)
Phideaux — Doomsday Afternoon Phideaux — Doomsday Afternoon
(Bloodfish zyz-666, 2007, CD)
Phideaux — 313 Phideaux — 313
(Bloodfish ZYZ-0313, 2006, CD)
Phideaux — The Great Leap Phideaux — The Great Leap
(Bloodfish zyz-665, 2006, CD)
Phideaux — Chupacabras Phideaux — Chupacabras
(Bloodfish zyz-1777, 2005, CD)
Phideaux — Ghost Story Phideaux — Ghost Story
(Bloodfish zyz-1618, 2004, CD)
Phideaux — Fiendish Phideaux — Fiendish
(Bloodfish ZYZ-1001, 2003, CD)
Phideaux — Friction Phideaux — Friction
(Bloodfish ZYZ-777, 1992, CD)

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