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Shub-Niggurath

Shub-Niggurath
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France
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Shub-Niggurath was a French band inspired by the writings of H.P. Lovecraft. The band was was formed in 1983 and went on hiatus due to death of bassist Alain Ballaud in 1995. Not to be confused with various metal bands using the same name.
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Releases on file (6)
Shub-Niggurath — Testament Shub-Niggurath — Testament
(Musea GA 8665 AR, 1994/2003, CD)
Shub-Niggurath — C'étaient de Très Grand Vents Shub-Niggurath — C'étaient de Très Grand Vents
(Musea FGBG 4042.AR, 1991, CD)
Shub-Niggurath — Live Shub-Niggurath — Live
(Auricle AMC 036, 1989, MC)
Various Artists — Enneade Various Artists — Enneade
(Musea FGBG 4005 AR, 1987/1990, CD)
Shub-Niggurath — Les Morts Vont Vite Shub-Niggurath — Les Morts Vont Vite
(Musea GA 8613.AR, 1986/1997, CD)
Shub Niggurath — Shub Niggurath (AKA Introduction) Shub Niggurath — Shub Niggurath (AKA Introduction)
(Soleil Zeuhl 22, 1986/2009, CD)

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