Twelfth Night XII

Twelfth Night XII

Twelfth Night is a studio album released by UK neo-progressive band Twelfth Night in 1986. Although officially untitled, it is known informally as both XII and The Virgin Album. The number "XII" was printed vertically on the album cover with the words "Twelfth Night" inserted horizontally between the two "I's". Some discographies quote the album's title as X, apparently misinterpreting the the "I's" as simply horizontal lines framing the band's name.

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