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Tiles
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Tiles is a progressive hard rock band from Detroit, Michigan featuring Mark Evans (drums), Chris Herin (guitar, keyboards), Paul Rarick (vocals), and Jeff Whittle (bass).
Website
http://www.tiles-music.com
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Releases on file (7)
Tiles — Off the Floor 02 Tiles — Off the Floor 02
(Standing Pavement SPR 014-10, 2014, 2CD)
Tiles — Off the Floor 01 Tiles — Off the Floor 01
(STanding Pavement SPR 012-10, 2012, CD)
Tiles — Fly Paper Tiles — Fly Paper
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 289, 2008, CD)
Tiles — Window Dressing Tiles — Window Dressing
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 167, 2004, CD)
Tiles — Presents of Mind Tiles — Presents of Mind
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 158, 1999/2004, CD)
Tiles — Fence the Clear Tiles — Fence the Clear
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 157, 1997/2004, CD)
Tiles — Tiles Tiles — Tiles
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 156, 1994/2004, CD)

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