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Azalia Snail

Azalia Snail
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United States
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Azalia Snail is an American avant-garde singer-songwriter and musician. She is a multi-instrumentalist active in psych folk and indie rock, and played a prominent role in the 1990s lo-fi music scene. She was later dubbed the "Queen of lo-fi."
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http://www.myspace.com/azaliasnail
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Releases on file (11)
Azalia Snail — Neon Resistance Azalia Snail — Neon Resistance
(Silber 262, 2018, CD)
Azalia Snail — Celestial Respect Azalia Snail — Celestial Respect
(Silber 093, 2011, CD)
Azalia Snail — Brazen Arrows Azalia Snail — Brazen Arrows
(Dark Beloved Cloud dbc 231, 2001, CD)
Azalia Snail — Soft Bloom Azalia Snail — Soft Bloom
(Dark Beloved Cloud dbc 211, 1999, CD)
Azalia Snail — Breaker Mortar Azalia Snail — Breaker Mortar
(Dark Beloved Cloud dbc 209, 1997, CD)
Azalia Snail — Deep Morif Azalia Snail — Deep Morif
(Candy Floss CF-013, 1996, CD)
Azalia Snail — Escape Maker Azalia Snail — Escape Maker
(Garden of Delights GARDEN5, 1995, LP)
Azalia Snail — Fumarole Rising Azalia Snail — Fumarole Rising
(Funky Mushroom M-032, 1994, CD)
Hail / Snail — How to Live with a Tiger Hail / Snail — How to Live with a Tiger
(Funky Mushroom FM-025, 1993, CD)
Azalia Snail — Burnt Sienna Azalia Snail — Burnt Sienna
(Funky Mushroom FM-011, 1992, CD)
Azalia Snail — Snailbait Azalia Snail — Snailbait
(Albertine ALB-4, 1990, CD)

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