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7 for 4

7 for 4
Country
Germany
Profile
German prog-fusion quartet formed in 1999 by guitarist Wofgang Zenk.
Website
http://www.7for4.de
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (4)
7 for 4 — Splash 7 for 4 — Splash
(MGI Records MGR 1026, 2014, CD)
7 for 4 — Diffusion 7 for 4 — Diffusion
(MGI Records MGR 1023, 2008, CD)
7 for 4 — Time 7 for 4 — Time
(MGI Records MGR 1020, 2004, CD)
Seven for Four — Contact Seven for Four — Contact
(MGI Records no#, 2001, CD)

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