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Società Anonima Decostruzionismi Organici (SADO)

Società Anonima Decostruzionismi Organici (SADO)
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Italy
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The S.A.D.O. (Società Anonima Decostruzionismi Organici, Anonymous Society of Organic Deconstructionisms) is a band that was formed in 1994 in Italy, from the Arcansiel group (Gianni Opezzo, Paolo Baltaro, and Sandro Marinoni), with Diego Marzi on percussion. Their music combines meticulously composed parts as well as improvisation, and various other musicians participate at various times, including vocalist Boris Savodelli. Marzi is also involved with the band Eurasia.
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http://www.societaanonimadecostruzionismiorganici.com
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SADO — Weather Underground SADO — Weather Underground
(Banksville 201002, 2010, 2CD)
Società Anonima Decostruzionismi Organici (SADO) — Imprescindibile Momento di Cultura Italiana Società Anonima Decostruzionismi Organici (SADO) — Imprescindibile Momento di Cultura Italiana
(AMS 174 CD, 2009, CD)
Società Anonima Decostruzionismi Organici (SADO) — Holzwege Società Anonima Decostruzionismi Organici (SADO) — Holzwege
(AMS 122 CD, 2008, CD)
Società Anonima Decostruzionismi Organici (SADO) — La Differanza Società Anonima Decostruzionismi Organici (SADO) — La Differanza
(KMP, 2000, CD)

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