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CERES

Powered by Audioscrobbler™There are at least four artists that use the name Ceres.

1. Ceres (pronounced "series") are an Australian melodic punk/alternative rock from Melbourne, Victoria. They self-released their debut EP 'Luck' in 2013 which is being reissued by Hobbledehoy Records. Their debut album 'I Don't Want To Be Anywhere But Here' was released in April 2014 also through Hobbledehoy. Its follow-up, Drag It Down On You, was released in September 2016 via Cooking Vinyl Australia.

2. Ceres is a dance artist from Germany. She was produced by Stephan Distel. Ceres recorded the album "Deep From My Heart". From that album were taken the hits "Open Your Heart" and "Inside To Outside.
Musical Team: DJ Pasi, Lemos Rodriguez Nelson and MC. G. Gabriel.

3. Ceres are Marinus Benno De Goeij and Jim Van Maanen. They recorded the single "Ease Your Mind".

4. Ceres is an artist from the Philippines. She wrote her hit "Payong" for a project when she was in school in University of the Philippines Baguio. The project was a movie with the same title. She got air plays from the local radio station, K-Lite, as part of the series K-Lite Acoustic Idols.
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