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Twenty Four Hours
Twenty Four Hours is an Italian psych-prog band that started originally in Bari, Apulia with Roberto Aufiero (guitar), Fabrizio Bobba (guitar), Michele Deflorio (bass), Marco Lippe (drums), and Paolo Lippe (vocals, keyboards), a lineup which lasted a couple of years, until college commitments necessitated a breakup. Marco and Paolo Lippe reformed the band with Antonio Paparelli (guitar) and Nico Colucci (bass) remained active through the 90s. After sporadic work in the 00s, the group renewed itself in 2014 with a core of the Lippes and Paparelli along with Paolo Sorcinelli (bass) and Elena Lippe (vocals).
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Twenty Four Hours — Close - Lamb - White - Walls Twenty Four Hours — Close - Lamb - White - Walls
(Musea Velut Luna, 2018, CD)
Twenty Four Hours — The Sleepseller Twenty Four Hours — The Sleepseller
(Musea Velut Luna no#, 2004/2018, LP)
Twenty Four Hours — Oval Dreams Twenty Four Hours — Oval Dreams
(Musea FGBG 4297.AR, 1999, CD)
Twenty Four Hours — Intolerance Twenty Four Hours — Intolerance
(Mellow MMFS 1005, 1994, CD)
Twenty Four Hours — The Smell of the Rainy Air Twenty Four Hours — The Smell of the Rainy Air
(Mellow MMFS 1012, 1991/1998, CD)

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