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Ring of Myth
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Ring of Myth is a prog rock band from Southern California. The band's origins go back to 1990 when Danny Flores was looking to put together a new rock band. After jamming with many different musicians, Danny felt the time was right to create music with virtually no limits as to style or direction... just music with good vibes.
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http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ring-of-Myth-Prog-band-Official-Site/211637592223329
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Releases on file (4)
Ring of Myth — Ring of Myth Ring of Myth — Ring of Myth
(Musea FGBG 4872, 2011, CD)
Various Artists — Progression in Balance Vol. 2 Various Artists — Progression in Balance Vol. 2
(Unicorn Digital UNCR-5024, 2006, CD)
Ring of Myth — Weeds Ring of Myth — Weeds
(Unicorn Digital UNCR-5022, 2005, CD)
Ring of Myth — Unbound Ring of Myth — Unbound
(Kinesis KDCD 1018, 1996, CD)

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