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clione-index-one-thing-leads-to-another Formed in October 2003 , Osaka, Japan "clione-index" play instrumntal post-rock and are made of 4 Members two guitars, bass and Drums.Atsushi Sato (guitar), Tomomi Nagano (drums) and Akiko Miyoshi (bass). Discography: 1st Demo Tape released Nov 2004 (Sold Out) 1st Mini Album One Thing Leads to Another release Aug 2006 and can be purchased on iTunes Music Store Rainbow Reverb released Jan 2009 and can be purchased on Artist - clione-index Album - One Thing Leads to Another Release Date - 2006 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 01 - Dove Eyes 02 - Under The Moonlight 03 - Time Goes By 04 - The Beginning Of Nine Stories clione-index - One Thing Leads to Another Password - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- clione-index-rainbow-reverb Artist - clione-index Album - Rainbow Reverb Release Date - 2009 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 01 - Unknown Outside 02 - Cosmication 03 - Children Of The Celebration clione-index - Rainbow Reverb Password - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Tunturia - Maps Nomeolvides - Nomeolvides Sonna - Smile And The World Smiles With You Albinobeach - Albinobeach Ep Herod Layne ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THANKS FOR THE LATEST CWV... -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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