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Dissonant Minds

Fatal Fusion

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Coming Forth by Day
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Quo Vadimus
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Beneath the Skydome
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Broken Man 2
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Total Playing Time    43:09
"Just when you think you’ve got a handle on what Fatal Fusion do, the Norwegian five-piece take a left-field turn and leave you perplexed. But that’s what makes the band’s fourth album such a delight. There are only four tracks, but each one is a concerto in its own right..." - Prog Magazine Fatal Fusion is a Norwegian progressive rock band, strongly influenced by 60's & 70's progressive rock, by bands like King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Yes, Genesis, Led Zeppelin, Rush, Deep Purple, etc, but also newer bands from the 80's & 90's, bands like Anekdoten, IQ, Marillion, Toto, Dream Theater, Iron Maiden etc. Fatal Fusion has a broad musical landscape, combining many musical styles from jazz, blues, rock, metal, funk, psychedelia, ambient, latin and classical music into a mix. Their fourth album, Dissonant Minds is released on Apollon Records.
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