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RanestRane
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Italy
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RanestRane is an Italian progressive rock band that creates music based on well-known movies, in a form they call CineConcerto. They perform their music, rock operas really, accompanied by a projection of the film in question. Their first project was Werner Herzog's Nosferatu; next came Kubrick's The Shining. The current project is 2001: A Space Odyssey to be released in three parts. Members of RanestRane are also involved in the reformation of Il Rovescio della Medaglia.
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http://www.ranestrane.net
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Releases on file (5)
RanestRane — A Space Odyssey - Starchild, Final Part RanestRane — A Space Odyssey - Starchild, Final Part
(Ma.Ra.Cash Records MRC072, 2018, CD)
RanestRane — A Space Odyssey, Part Two - H.A.L. RanestRane — A Space Odyssey, Part Two - H.A.L.
(Ma.Ra.Cash Records MRC056, 2015, CD)
RanestRane — A Space Odyssey, Part One - Monolith RanestRane — A Space Odyssey, Part One - Monolith
(Ma.Ra.Cash Records , 2013, CD)
RanestRane — Shining RanestRane — Shining
((Not on label) no#, 2011, 2CD)
RanestRane — Nosferatu il Vampiro RanestRane — Nosferatu il Vampiro
((Not on label) no#, 2007/2013, 2CD)

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