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FRG Records

Name
FRG Records
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Email
Phone
07929 119359
Address
Cardigan, Ceredigion, United Kingdom
Profile
Independent label from Wales, most known releases in CD-R format founded by Sendelica.
Releases on file (6)
Sendelica — Entering the Rainbow Light Sendelica — Entering the Rainbow Light
(FRG Records FRG CD 04, 2007, CD)
Sendelica — The Pavillion of Magic and Trials of the Seven Surviving Elohim Sendelica — The Pavillion of Magic and Trials of the Seven Surviving Elohim
(FRG Records FRGCD010, 2011, CD)
Sendelica — The Satori in Elegance of the Majestic Stonegazer Sendelica — The Satori in Elegance of the Majestic Stonegazer
(FRG Records FRGCD012, 2012, CD)
Sendelica — The Kaleidoscopic Kat and It's Autoscopic Ego Sendelica — The Kaleidoscopic Kat and It's Autoscopic Ego
(FRG Records CD018, 2013, CD)
Sendelica — Anima Mundi Sendelica — Anima Mundi
(FRG Records FRG CD23, 2015, CD)
Sendelica — I'll Walk the Stars with You Sendelica — I'll Walk the Stars with You
(FRG Records FRGCD 25, 2016, CD)

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