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Sisters of Oz from Gregorian

Inquiries and discussions about new wave artists and what happened to them.

Postby tenpole » Tue Nov 25, 2003 9:25 am

The singer now records under the name of Juno Reactor. If you've watched The Matrix trilogy I'm sure you've enjoyed his music.

Keyboard player Alan Wilder joined a little known band called Depeche Mode!
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Sisters of Oz from Gregorian

Postby Sean » Thu May 20, 2004 10:32 am

This may be a better question for the Enigma page but someone here may know. Does anyone know what happened to two girls that sang on the first Gregorian album. They were called the Sisters of Oz. Did they ever have any other releases?

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