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Frontiers Records

Name
Frontiers Records
URL
http://frontiers.it
Email
info@frontiers.it
Phone
39 81 239.93.40
Address
Via G. Gonzaga, 18 80125 Napoli - Italy
Profile
Italian melodic rock label founded in 1996 by Serafino Perugino.
Releases on file (9)
Yes — In the Present - Live from Lyon Yes — In the Present - Live from Lyon
(Frontiers Records FR CDVD 537, 2011, 2CD+DVD)
Yes — Fly from Here Yes — Fly from Here
(Frontiers Records FR CD 520, 2011, CD)
John Wetton — Raised in Captivity John Wetton — Raised in Captivity
(Frontiers Records FR CD 522, 2011, CD)
Asia — XXX Asia — XXX
(Frontiers Records FR CDVD 560, 2012, CD+DVD)
Blackmore's Night — Dancer and the Moon Blackmore's Night — Dancer and the Moon
(Frontiers Records FR CD 605, 2013, CD)
Yes — Heaven and Earth Yes — Heaven and Earth
(Frontiers Records , 2014, CD)
Asia — Gravitas Asia — Gravitas
(Frontiers Records FR CD 643, 2014, CD)
Billy Sherwood — Citizen Billy Sherwood — Citizen
(Frontiers Records FR CD 710, 2015, CD)
Blackmore's Night — All Our Yesterdays Blackmore's Night — All Our Yesterdays
(Frontiers Records FR CD 703, 2015, CD)

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