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Tugs
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Tugs is an Italian band in the progressive tradition that formed in the late 1970s, but split in the early 1980s before releasing any recordings. They reformed in recent years, and recorded material that was written during the band's first period, which has become their first album in 2013 titled Europa Minor
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Tugs — Europa Minor Tugs — Europa Minor
(AMS AWS 221, 2013, CD)

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