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September Gurls

Name
September Gurls
URL
http://www.septembergurlsrecords.com
Email
septembergurls@t-online.de
Phone
+49-911-3262182
Address
Sigmundstr. 92 90431 Nuremberg, Germany
Profile
German label specializing in obscure psychedelic and dark folk bands.
Releases on file (8)
The Smell of Incense — The Smell of Incense / A Visit with Ashiya The Smell of Incense — The Smell of Incense / A Visit with Ashiya
(September Gurls SGs14, 1994, 7")
The Smell of Incense — Why Did I Get So High? The Smell of Incense — Why Did I Get So High?
(September Gurls SGs17, 1995, 7")
The Smell of Incense — Through the Gates of Deeper Slumber The Smell of Incense — Through the Gates of Deeper Slumber
(September Gurls SGCD15, 1997, CD)
The Smell of Incense / Ethereal Counterbalance — What Do You Want?/Magick Brother b/w Plug The Smell of Incense / Ethereal Counterbalance — What Do You Want?/Magick Brother b/w Plug
(September Gurls SGten2, 1997, 10" EP)
Famlende Forsøk — One Night I Had a Frightful Dream Famlende Forsøk — One Night I Had a Frightful Dream
(September Gurls SGLP 33, 2002, CD)
Fit & Limo — Astralis Fit & Limo — Astralis
(September Gurls SGCD33, 2007, CD)
The Smell of Incense — Of Ullages and Dottles The Smell of Incense — Of Ullages and Dottles
(September Gurls SGCD34, 2007, CD)
The Smell of Incense — A Curious Miscellany The Smell of Incense — A Curious Miscellany
(September Gurls SGCD 36, 2005/2009, CD)

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2019-04-24
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2019-04-10
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2019-03-25
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2019-03-20
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