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Arabs in Aspic Syndenes Magi = Black Clouds Marble coloured vinyl LP=

ARABS IN ASPIC - Syndenes Magi = Black Clouds Marble coloured vinyl LP=

1xLP 180g 33rpm = coloured vinyl =
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2017 -2021 EU repressed on coloured vinyl LP  = The modern classic «Syndenes magi», the 6th release from Norwegian progressive rock band Arabs in Aspic, gets a re-press. Focusing on an old-school sound, the use of Hammond organs, Mellotron, Rhodes, Space

Arabs in Aspic Proferia = orange coloured  vinyl=

ARABS IN ASPIC - Proferia = orange coloured vinyl=

1xLP 180g 33rpm =limited coloured vinyl =
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2004 - 2021 EU repressed on 180g Transparent orange vinyl =Hailing from Trondheim in Norway, Arabs in Aspic has been mid-Norway’s flagship of 70s inspired progressive rock and proto-hardrock for the past 15 years. They’ve been described as a sweet mixture

Arabs in Aspic Madness & Magic= 180g vinyl =

ARABS IN ASPIC - Madness & Magic= 180g vinyl =

1xLP 180g 33rpm
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2020 EU issue on 180g vinyl LP =The seventh full-length release from Norwegian band Arabs in Aspic, “Madness and Magic” offers songwriting that is both mature and whimsical at the same time, innocent and jaded. Rooted in the epic sound of 70s prog and roc

Arabs in Aspic Far Out In Aradabia = 180g vinyl blk=

ARABS IN ASPIC - Far Out In Aradabia = 180g vinyl blk=

1xLP 180g 33rpm
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2004 - 2021 EU repressed on 180g vinyl LP =-Re-release of “Far Out in Progeria” from Arabs in Aspic! Hailing from Trondheim in Norway, Arabs in Aspic has been mid-Norway’s flagship of 70s inspired progressive rock and proto-hardrock for the past 15 years.

Arabs in Aspic Far Out In Aradabia = limited blue vinyl=

ARABS IN ASPIC - Far Out In Aradabia = limited blue vinyl=

1xLP 180g 33rpm =limited coloured vinyl =
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2004 - 2021 EU repressed on 180g Transparent Blue =-Re-release of “Far Out in Progeria” from Arabs in Aspic! Hailing from Trondheim in Norway, Arabs in Aspic has been mid-Norway’s flagship of 70s inspired progressive rock and proto-hardrock for the past 1