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Rotor

Rotor
Country
Germany
Profile
German instrumental group delving into the depths of noisy psychedelia.
Website
http://rotorotor.de
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (6)
Rotor — Fünf Rotor — Fünf
(Noise-O-Lution 11339-2, 2015, CD)
Rotor — Festsaal Kreuzberg Rotor — Festsaal Kreuzberg
(Elektrohasch EH 152, 2011, CD)
Rotor — 4 Rotor — 4
(Elektrohasch 144, 2010, CD)
Rotor — 3 Rotor — 3
(Elektrohasch EH123, 2007, CD)
Rotor — 2 Rotor — 2
(Elektrohasch 105, 2005, CD)
Rotor — Rotor Rotor — Rotor
(Elektrohasch 169, 2001/2015, CD)

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