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Releases on file (6)
Mauve Sideshow — Meet Me in the Wasteland Mauve Sideshow — Meet Me in the Wasteland
(Ventricle cd-03, 1993, CD)
Mauve Sideshow — Mauve Sideshow Mauve Sideshow — Mauve Sideshow
(Ventricle cd-01, 1991/1993, CD)
Thistle — Thistle Thistle — Thistle
(Ventricle cd-02, 1993, CD)
Torn Curtain — Torn Curtain Torn Curtain — Torn Curtain
(Ventricle cd-04, 1994, CD)
Mauve Sideshow — The Girl Mauve Sideshow — The Girl
(Ventricle cd-05, 1994, CD)
Mauve Sideshow — Blood Will Tell Mauve Sideshow — Blood Will Tell
(Ventricle cd-07, 1996, CD)

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Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The Birth of a Band - Isle of Wight Festival 1970 – Having seen bits of the footage floating around, I was excited to learn that Emerson Lake & Palmer’s live debut at the 1970 Isle of Wight festival was finally going to have an official DVD...  (2007) » Read more

Panzerpappa - Koralrevens Klagsang – It’s been a few years since anything new from Panzerpappa has crossed this desk. Skillful denizens of the playful Canterbury-esque jazz-rock realm, the four-piece has undergone some changes...  (2007) » Read more



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