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by Screaming Gypsy Bandits

Off world pop music complete with word play, succinct solos, comedy skits, and hellacious grooves.
Genre: Rock: Acid Rock
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1. Flies R All Around Me
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2. Prom Picture
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3. Lay In Your Groove
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4. The Ducks
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5. Rot Nozzle
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6. SGB Funtime
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7. Insect Soup
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8. Critic's Corner
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9. Cold Pizza
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10. Limp Dick
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11. Knuckles
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12. From the Ledge
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13. Faces in the Trees
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14. Medicine
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15. Tuna
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16. Jim Polivka Speaks
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17. Camptown Holiday
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18. Shells
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19. Obesitology
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Born in Bloomington, IN in 1969, the Screaming Gypsy Bandits were a loose knit musical collective. Defacto leader and songwriter, Mark Bingham, collaborated the with dozens of musicians who were in and out of the band during its 4 year history. SGB performed regularly in dorms, coffee houses,
concert halls, festivals, and political rallies.

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takes me back
this really takes me back to b'ton early 70s. great to hear caroline peyton's vocals again. excellent extended guitar and sax interplay. captures a sense of the live act. wright quad, yeah. the album has a sort of zappa/beefheart feel in places.
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