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Here Are the Facts You Requested

Here Are the Facts You Requested
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Here Are the Facts You Requested is an American band formed in Baltimore in 1991 and relocated to San Francisco in 1994.
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http://www.herearethefactsyourequested.com
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Here Are the Facts You Requested — Western Summit Here Are the Facts You Requested — Western Summit
(Bandcamp no#, 2014, DL)
Here Are the Facts You Requested —  All My Favorite Things at Once Here Are the Facts You Requested — All My Favorite Things at Once
(Bandcamp no#, 2007, DL)
Here Are the Facts You Requested — Testing Ground – Live in Spain 2004 Here Are the Facts You Requested — Testing Ground – Live in Spain 2004
((Not on label) no#, 2005, CD)
Here Are the Facts You Requested — Felt Here Are the Facts You Requested — Felt
(Elevator Pop HAT2-007, 2003, CD)
Here Are the Facts You Requested — Shocks & Struts Here Are the Facts You Requested — Shocks & Struts
(Elevator Pop CD004LB, 1998, CD)

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