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Yuka & Chronoship

Yuka & Chronoship
Country
Japan
Profile
Yuka & Chronoship is a progressive rock band formed in 2009 by keyboardist, vocalist and composer Yuka Funakoshi, along with three leading studio musicians: bassist Shun Taguchi, guitarist Takashi Miyazawa, and drummer Ikko Tanaka.
Website
http://omp-company.com/chronoship/
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Releases on file (4)
Yuka & Chronoship — Ship Yuka & Chronoship — Ship
(Cherry Red Right Honourable YCUK-004, 2018, CD)
Yuka & Chronoship — The 3rd Planetary Chronicles Yuka & Chronoship — The 3rd Planetary Chronicles
(Cherry Red YCUK-003, 2015, CD)
Yuka and Chronoship — Dino Rocket Oxygen Yuka and Chronoship — Dino Rocket Oxygen
(Musea MP 3271, 2013, CD)
Yuka and Chronoship — Water Reincarnation Yuka and Chronoship — Water Reincarnation
(Musea FGBG 4886, 2011, CD)

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