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Magenta

Magenta began in Cardiff, South Wales, in 2001 when multi-instrumentalist, maker, and engineer Rob Reed began dealing with vocalist Christina Booth on the studio-only task revolving around lyrics compiled by his trouble Steve Reed. The outcome, the recording Revolutions, premiered on F2 Music that same 12 months to crucial acclaim, so that as demand for live shows grew, the music group Magenta was officially released, settling right into a lineup that included Booth as vocalist, Chris Fry and Martin Rosser on guitars, Allan Mason-Jones on drums, Daniel Fry on bass, and Rob Reed playing a small amount of from keyboards to acoustic guitar and bass. Another album, Seven, made an appearance in 2004, accompanied by a live arranged, Another Period…Another Place, that same year, both about F2 Music. The ambitious House premiered in 2006, plus a limited release of House that added an added bonus disc, NY Suite.

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