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Wobbler

Wobbler
Country
Norway
Profile
Wobbler is a Norwegian progressive rock band formed near Hønefoss, Norway, in early 1999 with a desire to recreate some of the musical expressions of the early 70s, especially in the use of the instruments of that time and the compositions of the progressive rock scene from 1969 to 1974
Website
http://wobblermusic.com
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (6)
Wobbler — From Silence to Somewhere Wobbler — From Silence to Somewhere
(Karisma KAR133, 2017, CD)
Wobbler — Rites at Dawn Wobbler — Rites at Dawn
(Termo TERMOCD 008, 2011, CD)
Wobbler — Afterglow Wobbler — Afterglow
(Termo TERMOCD 003, 2009, CD)
Wobbler — Hinterland Wobbler — Hinterland
(Laser's Edge LE1041, 2005, CD)
Various Artists — Kinections: The ProgDay Support CD Various Artists — Kinections: The ProgDay Support CD
((Not on label) no#, 2005, CD)
Wobbler — Demo Wobbler — Demo
((Not on label) no#, 2003, DL)

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