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The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus

The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus
Country
England
Profile
The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus is a mysterious band from Liverpool whose music is as mysterious as their name, operating somewhere in the neighborhood of Dead Can Dance, but with many other elements as well.
Website
http://revolutionaryarmyoftheinfantjesus.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (5)
The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus — Songs of Yearning The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus — Songs of Yearning
(Bandcamp Occultation LOGOS7E4072, 2020, CD / 2LP / DL)
The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus — Beauty Will Save the World The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus — Beauty Will Save the World
(Bandcamp Occultation LOGOS7DF042, 2015, CD)
The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus — Mirrors The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus — Mirrors
(Bandcamp Occultation LOGOS7E1052, 1991/2017, CD / LP / DL)
The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus — The Gift of Tears The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus — The Gift of Tears
(Bandcamp Probe Plus PROBE 12, 1987, LP / DL)
The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus — The Gift of Tears & Le Liturgie pour le Fin du Temp The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus — The Gift of Tears & Le Liturgie pour le Fin du Temp
(Bandcamp Probe Plus PROBE CD12, 1987/1993, CD / DL)

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