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Various Artists — Progressive & Melodic Rock Vol. 3

Various Artists — Progressive & Melodic Rock Vol. 3
Label
SI Music
Catalog number
SIMPLYFORTYNINE
Year released
1994
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Various Artists - To Cry You a Song: A Collection of Tull Tales – At first thought, this disc had the possibility of being not just another tribute album with renditions of classic songs by wimpy bands and weird line-ups. But as with some expectations, they can tend...  (1996) » Read more

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