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Headless Household

Headless Household
Country
United States
Profile
Headless Household is a Santa Barbara, California band formed in 1983, still active and independent in the 2010s.
Website
http://www.householdink.com/headless.htm
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (7)
Headless Household — Balladismo Headless Household — Balladismo
((Not on label) Household Ink, 2015, CD)
Headless Household — Basemento Headless Household — Basemento
(Household Ink, 2010, CD)
Headless Household — Post-Polka Headless Household — Post-Polka
(Household Ink, 2003, CD)
Headless Household — Mockhausen Headless Household — Mockhausen
((Not on label) no#, 2000, CD)
Headless Household — Items Headless Household — Items
(Household Ink, 1996, CD)
Headless Household — Inside / Outside USA Headless Household — Inside / Outside USA
((Not on label) no#, 1994, CD)
Headless Household — Headless Household Headless Household — Headless Household
((Not on label) no#, 1987, LP)

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