Demis Roussos  

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"[666] was long and bombastic, but it sold well."--The Rough Guide to the Best Music You've Never Heard (2008) by Nigel Williamson

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Demis Roussos (1946 – 2015) was a Greek composer, singer and musician.

As a band member he is best remembered for his work in the progressive rock music act Aphrodite's Child, but as a vocal soloist, his repertoire included hit songs like "Goodbye, My Love, Goodbye", "From Souvenirs to Souvenirs" and "Forever and Ever".

666 by Aphrodite's Child is something of a cult classic.

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