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Sleepyard
Country
Norway
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Sleepyard is a psychedelic pop band from Norway. Oliver Kersbergen formed the band in 1994 to record the first demo "Velvet Sky." Later on, Oliver's brother Svein joined in and they started playing concerts.
Website
http://www.sleepyard.com
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Releases on file (8)
Sleepyard — Black Sails Sleepyard — Black Sails
(Global Recording Artists GRA 13442, 2014, CD)
Sleepyard — White Salis EP Sleepyard — White Salis EP
((Not on label) no#, 2014, DL)
Sleepyard — Heavy Tensions Sleepyard — Heavy Tensions
((Not on label) no#, 2013, DL)
Sleepyard — Wall of Confusion Sleepyard — Wall of Confusion
((Not on label) no#, 2013, DL)
Sleepyard — Future Lines Sleepyard — Future Lines
(Checkpoint Charlie CCAPknirk, 2009, CD)
Sleepyard — Easy Tensions Sleepyard — Easy Tensions
(Intersounds OM003, 2006, CD)
Sleepyard — The Runner Sleepyard — The Runner
(Trust Me TMR 018, 2003, CD)
Sleepyard — Intersounds Sleepyard — Intersounds
(Orange Music OM001, 1999, CD)

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