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Voices from the Fuselage

Voices from the Fuselage
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Voices from the Fuselage is a band based in Northampton, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom. The band was formed by vocalist Ashe O'Hara, formerly of Tesseract. He is joined by Mitch Ramsay (guitar), Josh Galloway (guitar), Scott Lockhart (drums), and Dale Gorham (bass).
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Voices from the Fuselage — Odyssey: The Founder of Dreams Voices from the Fuselage — Odyssey: The Founder of Dreams
(White Star, 2018, CD / DL)
Voices from the Fuselage — Odyssey: The Destroyer of Worlds Voices from the Fuselage — Odyssey: The Destroyer of Worlds
(White Star, 2015/2016, CD)

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