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The Soundtrack of Our Lives

The Soundtrack of Our Lives
Country
Sweden
Profile
Swedish rock band that was formed in Gothenburg in 1995, disbanded in 2012. Lead singer Ebbot Lundberg went on to focus on his former side project The New Alchemy.
Website
http://tsool.net
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Releases on file (7)
The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Throw It to the Universe The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Throw It to the Universe
(Yep Roc YEP-2281, 2012, CD)
The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Communion The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Communion
(Yep Roc YEP 2200, 2008, 2CD)
The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Origin Vol. 1 The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Origin Vol. 1
(Telegram 5050467-1491-2-0, 2004, CD)
The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Behind the Music The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Behind the Music
(Telegram 8573-86715-2, 2001, CD)
The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Extended Revelation The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Extended Revelation
(Telegram 3984-22786-2, 1998, CD)
The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Homo Habilis Blues The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Homo Habilis Blues
(Telegram 0630-15304-2, 1996, CD)
The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Welcome to the Infant Freebase The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Welcome to the Infant Freebase
(Telegram 3984-25954-2, 1996/1999, CD)

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