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Pixie Ninja

Pixie Ninja
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Norway
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Pixie Ninja is a group consisting of Jostein Haugen and Marius Leirånes, who play guitars, basses, and keyboards. They are joined in the studio by guests to fill out the sound, including Johan Hals Jørgensen on keyboards and Mattias Olsson (Necromonkey, Änglagård) on drums, Mellotron, and other instruments.
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http://pixieninja.bandcamp.com
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Pixie Ninja — Ultrasound Pixie Ninja — Ultrasound
(Apollon Records ARP006, 2017, CD)

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