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Releases on file (11)
Galahad — Nothing Is Written Galahad — Nothing Is Written
(Avalon Records GHCD3, 1991, CD)
Galahad — In a Moment of Complete Madness Galahad — In a Moment of Complete Madness
(Avalon Records GHCD2, 1989/1993, CD)
Galahad — Sleepers Galahad — Sleepers
(Avalon Records GHCD4, 1995, CD)
Alan Case — Wide Awake Alan Case — Wide Awake
(Avalon Records MICT 1018, 1997, CD)
Galahad — Following Ghosts Galahad — Following Ghosts
(Avalon Records GHCD6, 1998, CD)
Mastermind — Excelsior! Mastermind — Excelsior!
(Avalon Records MICY-1073, 1998, CD)
Galahad — Year Zero Galahad — Year Zero
(Avalon Records GHCD8, 2002, CD)
Gerard — Power of Infinity Gerard — Power of Infinity
(Avalon Records MICL-20007, 2004, CD)
Galahad — Empires Never Last Galahad — Empires Never Last
(Avalon Records GHCD9, 2007, CD)
Galahad — Battle Scars Galahad — Battle Scars
(Avalon Records GHCD10, 2012, CD)
Galahad — Beyond the Realms of Euphoria Galahad — Beyond the Realms of Euphoria
(Avalon Records GHCD11, 2012, CD)

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