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Kultivator — Barndomens Stigar Kultivator — Barndomens Stigar
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9201, 1995/1981, CD)
Myrbein — Myrornas Krig Myrbein — Myrornas Krig
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9302, 1982/1993, CD)
Ensemble Nimbus — Key Figures Ensemble Nimbus — Key Figures
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9403 AT, 1994, CD)
Jasun Martz — The Pillory Jasun Martz — The Pillory
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9404, 1978/1994, CD)
Zaragon — No Return Zaragon — No Return
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam 9405, 1984/1994, CD)
Atlas  — Blå Vardag Atlas — Blå Vardag
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9508, 1979/1995, CD)
Death Organ — 9 to 5 Death Organ — 9 to 5
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9506 AT, 1995, CD)
Simon Steensland — The Zombie Hunter Simon Steensland — The Zombie Hunter
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9509 AT, 1995, CD)
Catweazle — Ars Moriendi Catweazle — Ars Moriendi
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9612 AT, 1996, CD)
Death Organ — Universal Stripsearch Death Organ — Universal Stripsearch
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9718 AT, 1997, CD)

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Hemisphere - Attachment X – Hemisphere serves up another slab of dark shadowy theatrical ambience. Labeled “A Psychedelic Deep Ambient Soundtrack,” it is, I believe, all seeing light of day on CD for the first time,...  (2002) » Read more

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