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Forgotten Inside

by Mavara

This album is kind of Neo progressive rock and the first album from this genre in whole of middle east.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Something Is Lost
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2. No One We Miss
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3. Try to Understand
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4. Remote Place
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5. Become Faithless
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6. Forgotten Inside
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7. Heaven and Hell
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8. Awake
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9. What Will Be Happen
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10. Old Pain
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Album Notes
Mavara Band,at first was formed by Farhood Ghadiri,the composer and keyboard player,in fall of 2001 in Karaj.Mavara means beyond of everything you think.
Mavara style is a kind of progressive and Nu-progressive rock actually Mavara is the first Iranian band in this music
Mavara Band first album,called Ultimate Sound,was recorded in 2003 and was distributed in 2005.At the same
The second Album,called Forgotten Inside,is in English which it's record was started from 2008 and finished in
2009.Mavara Band has done a private concert for introducing this Album in 2009.In summer of 2010 Mavara had a Mini tour in France and took apart
in Crescendo music festival . In summer of 2011 Mavara Finished their third album, called Season of Salvation


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