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Wang Wen

Wang Wen
Country
China
Profile
Wang Wen (惘闻) is one of China's foremost post-rock bands. Hailing from the Northern seaport town of Dalian, they have been releasing albums since 2003.
Website
http://www.myspace.com/wangwenchina
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (10)
Wang Wen — Invisible City Wang Wen — Invisible City
(Space Circle, 2018, DL)
Wang Wen — In Course of the Miraculous Wang Wen — In Course of the Miraculous
(Space Circle, 2017, CD / LP / DL)
Wang Wen — Sweet Home, Go! Wang Wen — Sweet Home, Go!
(Space Circle SCCD01, 2016, CD)
Wang Wen — Eight Horses Wang Wen — Eight Horses
(Tenzenmen 163tzm, 2014/2015, 2LP/DL)
Wang Wen — 0.7 Wang Wen — 0.7
(Weary Bird Bird001, 2012, CD)
Wang Wen — L&R Wang Wen — L&R
(Foxtail Bird001, 2010, CD)
Wang Wen — IV Wang Wen — IV
((Not on label) no#, 2008, CD)
Wang Wen — 7 Objects in Another Infinite Space Wang Wen — 7 Objects in Another Infinite Space
((Not on label) no#, 2007, CD)
Wang Wen — Re: Re: Re: Wang Wen — Re: Re: Re:
((Not on label) no#, 2006, CD)
Wang Wen — Diary of 28 Sleepless Days Wang Wen — Diary of 28 Sleepless Days
((Not on label) no#, 2003, CD)

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