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Rocket Scientists

Rocket Scientists
Country
United States
Profile
Rocket Scientists was formed in the late 80s by keyboardist Erik Norlander and vocalist / guitarist Mark McCrite. They released their first CD in 1993 joined by bassist Don Schiff, who soon became a part of the band.
Website
http://www.thetank.com/rocketscientists
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Releases on file (8)
Rocket Scientists — Refuel Rocket Scientists — Refuel
(Think Tank TTMD-1057, 2014, CD)
Rocket Scientists — Supernatural Highways Rocket Scientists — Supernatural Highways
(Think Tank TTMD-1056, 2014, CD)
Rocket Scientists — Looking Backward Rocket Scientists — Looking Backward
(Think Tank TTMV-1005, 2007, DVD+4CD)
Rocket Scientists — Revolution Road Rocket Scientists — Revolution Road
(Think Tank TTMD-1050, 2006, 2CD)
Rocket Scientists — Oblivion Days Rocket Scientists — Oblivion Days
(Transmission Recordings TM-018, 1999, CD)
Rocket Scientists — Earth Below and Sky Above: Live in Europe & America Rocket Scientists — Earth Below and Sky Above: Live in Europe & America
(Think Tank TTMD-1019, 1998, CD)
Rocket Scientists — Brutal Architecture Rocket Scientists — Brutal Architecture
(Kinesis KDCD-1017, 1995, CD)
Rocket Scientists — Earthbound Rocket Scientists — Earthbound
(Think Tank TTMD-1011, 1993, CD)

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