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Lost In Reverie
January 1, 2004
℗ 2004 The End Records
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Lost in Reverie is the third studio album release from the Norwegian avant-garde metal band Peccatum. It was released in 2004 on Mnemosyne Productions, the label run by band members Ihsahn and Ihriel.
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