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Record Heaven

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Record Heaven
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Label specializing in Scandinavian hard and progressive rock.
Releases on file (24)
Landberk — Dream Dance Landberk — Dream Dance
(Record Heaven RHCDM 01, 1995, CD)
Landberk — Riktigt Äkta Landberk — Riktigt Äkta
(Record Heaven RHCD1, 1992/1995, CD)
Etcetera — Fin de Siecle Etcetera — Fin de Siecle
(Record Heaven RHCD14, 1998, CD)
Five Fifteen — Six Dimensions of the Electric Camembert Five Fifteen — Six Dimensions of the Electric Camembert
(Record Heaven RHCD 015, 1998, CD)
Ensemble Nimbus — Scapegoat Ensemble Nimbus — Scapegoat
(Record Heaven RHCD12, 19998/1998, CD)
Qoph — Kalejdoskopiska Aktiviteter Qoph — Kalejdoskopiska Aktiviteter
(Record Heaven RHCD11, 1998, CD)
Valinor's Tree — Kingdom of Sadness Valinor's Tree — Kingdom of Sadness
(Record Heaven RHCD13, 1998, CD)
Five Fifteen — Innocence Is No Excuse Five Fifteen — Innocence Is No Excuse
(Record Heaven RHCDM 7, 1998, CD)
Book of Hours  — Art to the Blind Book of Hours — Art to the Blind
(Record Heaven RHCD 16, 1999, CD)
Five Fifteen — I Don't Remember Five Fifteen — I Don't Remember
(Record Heaven RHCDM12, 1999, CD)
In the Labyrinth — Walking on Clouds In the Labyrinth — Walking on Clouds
(Record Heaven RHCD21, 1999, CD)
Orient Squeezers — Sadhu Orient Squeezers — Sadhu
(Record Heaven RHCD17, 1999, CD)
Various Artists — Thousand Days of Yesterdays - A Tribute to Captain Beyond Various Artists — Thousand Days of Yesterdays - A Tribute to Captain Beyond
(Record Heaven RHCD19, 1999, CD)
Five Fifteen — Silver Machine Five Fifteen — Silver Machine
(Record Heaven RHCDM 8, 2000, CD)
Kurgan's Bane — The Future Lies Broken Kurgan's Bane — The Future Lies Broken
(Record Heaven RHCD23, 2000, CD)
Twin Age — Moving the Deck Chairs Twin Age — Moving the Deck Chairs
(Record Heaven RHCD31, 2000, CD)
Valinor's Tree — ...And Then There Is Silence Valinor's Tree — ...And Then There Is Silence
(Record Heaven RHCD29, 2000, CD)
Orient Squeezers — Nagas Orient Squeezers — Nagas
(Record Heaven RHCD30, 2000, CD)
Ensemble Nimbus — Garmonbozia Ensemble Nimbus — Garmonbozia
(Record Heaven RHCD25, 2000, CD)
London Underground — London Underground London Underground — London Underground
(Record Heaven RHCD23, 2000, CD)
Five Fifteen — Death of a Clown Five Fifteen — Death of a Clown
(Record Heaven RHCD49, 2001, CD)
Ken Hensley — Running Blind Ken Hensley — Running Blind
(Record Heaven RHCD062, 2001, CD)
Isildurs Bane — Mind: Vol.2 Live Isildurs Bane — Mind: Vol.2 Live
(Record Heaven no#, 2001, 2CD)
Orient Squeezers — Nubia Orient Squeezers — Nubia
(Record Heaven RHCD59, 2001, CD)

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