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Roger Powell

Roger Powell
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Roger Powell (born March 14, 1949) is a musician, computer programmer and magazine columnist best known for his membership with the rock band Utopia.
Website
http://www.rogerpowell.com
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Releases on file (14)
Roger Powell — Fossil Poets Roger Powell — Fossil Poets
(Inner Knot INK 0680, 2006, CD)
Utopia — POV Utopia — POV
(Passport PBCD 6044, 1985, CD)
Utopia — Oblivion Utopia — Oblivion
(Passport PBCD 6029, 1983/1990, CD)
Utopia — Adventures In Utopia + Deface the Music + Swing to the Right Utopia — Adventures In Utopia + Deface the Music + Swing to the Right
(Edsel EDSD 2129, 1982/2012, 2CD)
Utopia — Swing to the Right Utopia — Swing to the Right
(Rhino Records RNCD 70875, 1982/1990, CD)
Utopia — Utopia Utopia — Utopia
(Rhino Records R2 70713, 1982/1989, CD)
Utopia — Deface the Music Utopia — Deface the Music
(Rhino Records RNCD 70873, 1980/1992, CD)
Utopia — Adventures in Utopia Utopia — Adventures in Utopia
(Rhino Records RNCD 79872, 1979/1990, CD)
David Bowie — Lodger David Bowie — Lodger
(EMI TOCP-70152, 1979/2007, CD)
Utopia — Oops! Wrong Planet Utopia — Oops! Wrong Planet
(Rhino Records R2 70870, 1977/1992, CD)
Steve Hillage — L Steve Hillage — L
(Caroline CAROL 1801-2, 1976/1994, CD)
Utopia — Ra Utopia — Ra
(Essential ESM CD 757, 1976/1999, CD)
Utopia — Another Live Utopia — Another Live
(Rhino Records R2 70867, 1975/1990, CD)
Roger Powell — Cosmic Furnace Roger Powell — Cosmic Furnace
(Wounded Bird Wou 7251, 1973/2005, CD)

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