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  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of What Starts, Ends on Discogs. Label: Beggars Banquet Germany - SPV • Format: CD Album • /5(13).
  3. Aug 08,  · Three rivers in north-east Italy each claim to be the historical Rubicon Historians will battle it out in mock trial this weekend to settle the question Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon with his.
  4. Check out What Starts, Ends by Rubicon on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
  5. What Starts, Ends on Atlantic Records and on Beggars Banquet in was produced by Mark Freegard, and featured two singles; "Crazed" and "Before My Eyes". Room was released on Beggars Banquet in It was produced, engineered and mixed by Richard James Burgess under the pseudonym Caleb Kadesh. The album featured the singl read more.
  6. Albums recorded by Rubicon, with release dates and UK CD availability. Available on this page: • album track-listing and personnel details - click on album title • large cover scan - click on album cover (uses a pop-up) • buy from - direct from Amazon (New) or through Amazon Marketplace (New or Used) in column headed BUY.
  7. Fields of the Nephilim are an English gothic rock band formed in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England in The band's name refers to a Biblical race of giants or angel-human hybrids, known as the band's look and seminal sound has proved highly .
  8. Rubicon discography and songs: Music profile for Rubicon, formed June Genres: Gothic Rock. Albums include A Life Less Lived: The Gothic Box, Watch .
  9. Find Rubicon discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. When the stalwart British goth rockers Fields of the Nephilim broke up in after four albums and as many years' worth of rumors of internal dissent, the circumstances of the split seemed to verify.

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