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    The band has…

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    (1) NOVELA is perhaps one of the most popular and pivotal rock bands in Japan. Between 1980…

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  14. Asturias was a Japanese band formed in 1987 and dissolved in 1993. Their music can be described as a form of acoustic progressive rock. Asturias…

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    The credo 'hard work pays off' holds more truth than ever…

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