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Ritual
Country
Sweden
Profile
Swedish band featuring Patrik Lundström (lead vocals, guitars), Fredrik Lindqvist (bass, bouzouki, whistles, backing vocals), Johan Nordgren (drums, nyckelharpa, backing vocals), and Jon Gamble (keyboards, harmonium, backing vocals).
Website
http://www.ritual.se
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Releases on file (5)
Ritual — The Hemulic Voluntary Band Ritual — The Hemulic Voluntary Band
(Tempus Fugit SPV 79562, 2007, CD)
Ritual — Live Ritual — Live
(Tempus Fugit SPV 48572 DCD - TF VO 21, 2006, 2CD)
Ritual — Think Like a Mountain Ritual — Think Like a Mountain
(Tempus Fugit TF VÖ 12, 2003, CD)
Ritual — Superb Birth Ritual — Superb Birth
(Tempus Fugit TF VÖ 15, 1999/2004, CD)
Ritual — Ritual Ritual — Ritual
(Musea FGBG 4158.AR, 1995, CD)

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