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The Smell of Incense

The Smell of Incense
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Norway
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The Smell of Incense is a space / psych band from Arendal, Norway. The members have included Bumble B (viola, vocals), Chrisf (saxophones), Han Solo (keyboards, bass, vocals), Kool Kat (drums), Ernie Chung (guitar), Lumpy Davy (guitar, sitar, vocals), Dr Brt Blaster (synthesizer), and Mickey Moog (keyboards), sometimes using alternate pseudonyms. Their music includes both originals and covers of classic and obscure psychedelic music. Lumpy Davy is also a member of Famlende Forsøk.
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http://www.myspace.com/smellofincense
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Releases on file (8)
The Smell of Incense — Of Ullages and Dottles The Smell of Incense — Of Ullages and Dottles
(September Gurls SGCD34, 2007, CD)
The Smell of Incense — A Curious Miscellany The Smell of Incense — A Curious Miscellany
(September Gurls SGCD 36, 2005/2009, CD)
The Smell of Incense — Through the Gates of Deeper Slumber The Smell of Incense — Through the Gates of Deeper Slumber
(September Gurls SGCD15, 1997, CD)
The Smell of Incense / Ethereal Counterbalance — What Do You Want?/Magick Brother b/w Plug The Smell of Incense / Ethereal Counterbalance — What Do You Want?/Magick Brother b/w Plug
(September Gurls SGten2, 1997, 10" EP)
The Smell of Incense — Why Did I Get So High? The Smell of Incense — Why Did I Get So High?
(September Gurls SGs17, 1995, 7")
Smell of Incense — All Mimsy Were the Borogoves Smell of Incense — All Mimsy Were the Borogoves
(Colours COSCD 018, 1994, CD)
The Smell of Incense — The Smell of Incense / A Visit with Ashiya The Smell of Incense — The Smell of Incense / A Visit with Ashiya
(September Gurls SGs14, 1994, 7")
The Smell of Incense — I'm Allergic to Flowers The Smell of Incense — I'm Allergic to Flowers
(Rock Furore RFFS 011, 1992, Fx)

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