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Rogue Anthem - What To Believe (CD, Album)

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  1. Faushakar says:
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  2. Dokora says:
    Rogue Anthem is the epitome of that, giving off a raw and un-filtered sound that is very reminiscent of early American punk mixed with the British version. 'What To Believe' gives off so much angst.
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    Jul 24,  · Son of Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys, a Various Artists Album. Released 19 February on Anti- (catalog no. ANTI; CD). Genres: Sea Shanties/5(74).
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    Believe biography Founded in Warsaw, Poland in BELIEVE is the project of former COLLAGE guitarist Mirek Gil, who together with Tomek Rozcki (vocals, guitars), Adam Milosz (keyboards, hidden harmonies), Przemas Zawadzki (bass), Vlodi Tafel (drums), Satomi (violin), and Robert Sieradzki (lyrics, vocals) create a rather unique form of Neo Progressive Rock.
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