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Pneuma
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Japan
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Pneuma is the name used by Japanese electronic artist Hiroyuki Shimada, also a member and/or collaborator with such others as Trembling Strain.
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Trembling Strain — Tower Trembling Strain — Tower
(Heresie HER 027, 1998, CD)
Trembling Strain — Bottom of Empty Trembling Strain — Bottom of Empty
(Heresie HER 004, 1996, CD)
Trembling Strain — Anthem to Raise the Dead Trembling Strain — Anthem to Raise the Dead
(Belle Antique 95116, 1995, CD)
Trembling Strain — Four Pictures Trembling Strain — Four Pictures
(Belle Antique 95171, 1995, CD)
Various Artists — Lost Years in Labyrinth II Various Artists — Lost Years in Labyrinth II
(Belle Antique 9589, 1995, CD)
Pneuma — Psychabuse Pneuma — Psychabuse
(Belle Antique 9588, 1985/1995, CD)
Takami — Yume no Kirigishi Takami — Yume no Kirigishi
(Belle Antique 9599, 1985/1995, CD)
Takami — Y. de Noir II Takami — Y. de Noir II
(Belle Antique 9598, 1983/1995, CD)

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