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Syndone
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Syndone is an Italian progressive rock group founded in late 1989 by composer / keyboardist Nik Comoglio as an ELP style trio. The band released two albums in the early 90s before splitting up. 18 years later, Comoglio restarted the band, this time as a sextet featuring two keyboard players and no electric guitar, and they have worked with guests including Ray Thomas of the Moody Blues, Marco Minnemann, and John Hackett.
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http://www.syndone.it
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Releases on file (7)
Syndone — Mysoginia Syndone — Mysoginia
(Ma.Ra.Cash Records MRC074, 2018, CD / DL)
Syndone — Eros & Thanatos Syndone — Eros & Thanatos
(AltrOck Productions Fading FAD-021, 2016, CD)
Syndone — Odysséas Syndone — Odysséas
(AltrOck Productions Fading FAD-012, 2014, CD)
Syndone — La Bella è la Bestia Syndone — La Bella è la Bestia
(AMS AMS 211 CD, 2012, CD)
Syndone — Melapesante Syndone — Melapesante
(Electromantic ARTPG 2621, 2010, CD)
Syndone — Inca Syndone — Inca
(Vinyl Magic VMNP 05, 1993, CD)
Syndone — Spleen Syndone — Spleen
(Vinyl Magic VM NP 02, 1992, CD)

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