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Randone

Randone
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Italy
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Randone is a progressive rock band from Sicily, featuring Nicola Randone (vocals, acoustic guitar, keys), Marco Crispi (electric guitar), Maria Modica (vocals), Livio Rabito (bass, vocals), and Riccardo Cascone (drums).
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http://randone.com
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Releases on file (9)
Randone — Ultreia Randone — Ultreia
(Electromantic ART 1414, 2014, CD)
Various Artists — Family Snapshot - A Tribute to Genesis Solo Careers - Peter Gabriel Various Artists — Family Snapshot - A Tribute to Genesis Solo Careers - Peter Gabriel
(Mellow MMP 518, 2013, CD)
Randone — Linea di Confine Randone — Linea di Confine
(Electromantic ARTPQ 1912, 2010, CD+Book)
Randone — Hybla Act 1 Randone — Hybla Act 1
(Electromantic ART416, 2005, CD)
Randone — Ricordo Randone — Ricordo
(Electromantic ART414, 2004, CD)
Various Artists — The Spaghetti Epic - Six Modern Prog Bands for Six 70's Prog Suites Various Artists — The Spaghetti Epic - Six Modern Prog Bands for Six 70's Prog Suites
(Musea FGBG 4526.AR, 2004, 2CD)
Various Artists — Kalevala - A Finnish Progressive Rock Epic Various Artists — Kalevala - A Finnish Progressive Rock Epic
(Musea FGBG 4463.AR, 2003, 3CD)
Randone — Nuvole di Ieri Randone — Nuvole di Ieri
(Electromantic ART411, 2003, CD)
Nicola Randone — Morte di un Amore Nicola Randone — Morte di un Amore
(Mondo di Art NR001, 2002, CD)

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