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Dimentia 13

The ’80s Ohio band Dimentia 13 (named after an early on movie by Francis Ford Coppola) fused jointly garage, psychedelic rock, and acoustic folk, issuing a complete of six albums throughout their six-year-long recording career. Inspired by such performers as the Soft Children, Kevin Ayers, Syd Barrett, Soft Machine, as well as the Electric powered Prunes, the music group was secretive about their identities. They released such albums as 1985’s self-titled debut, 1987’s Reflection Brain, 1989’s Disturb the environment, 1990s T.V. Display screen Mind, and 1991’s Level Earth Society over the independent NY label Midnight.

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