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Moments Before Tea - Soma Planet - soma.planet (CD, Album)


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of on Discogs. Label: Not On Label - Ref. 44 CD • Format: CD Album • Country: Spain • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock.
  2., an Album by Soma Planet. Released in (catalog no. CD; CD). Genres: Progressive Rock.
  3. A Catalan band from Mataro, Soma Planet were formed in mid'd by painter/singer Ivan Jorda and guitarist/singer Tete Pé the end of the 90's bassist Marc Prat and drummer Angel Abad join the years later Jorda quits and keyboardist Marc Trullas along with sax/flute player Francesc Furmi replace Furmi would make it in the long run and the band released indepedently.
  4. - - chronique / review, infos. - Francesc Furmi / sax, flute, Stick - Marc Prat / bass, vocals - Ángel Abad / drums, percussion.
  5. Soma Planet, Category: Artist, Albums: Bholenath, Top Tracks: Abstract Passage, Tangle, Bholenath, Electrorain, Kali, Destruccio, Monthly Listeners: 6, Where People.
  6. Soma Biographical information Species Human Gender Female Born Unknown Died Unknown Appearances Continuity Television series Actor Kathleen Bracken First Appearance Tomorrow's Tide Last Appearance Tomorrow's Tide Soma is a character from Planet of the Apes TV Series.
  7. - "" Is an Experimental Music Band born in the mid 90's. Initially it was integrated by musician and painter Ivan Jordà and Guitar player and composer Tete Pérez; both the ones to set the bases of the group, composing the first songs and structures of music. At the end of the 90's bass and double bass Player, and also painter, Marc Prat joins the band.
  8. May 25,  · Soma Planet hail from Barcelona and are one of those bands who maintain a progressive edge without the use of keyboards, except for on the title track of Bholenath their second studio album. Instead the band get by with electric guitar (Andreu Méndez), bass (Marc Prat), drums (Fede Marsà) and saxophone (Furmi Gómez).