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Susanne Lewis

Susanne Lewis
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Susanne Lewis (born March 6, 1963) is an American musician, songwriter and artist. She is a solo-artist and a founder or collaborator of a number of bands and music projects. She has a band with Bob Drake called Hail, and she also releases music under her own name. She was a member of the band Thinking Plague and has guested on albums by 5uu's and Biota.
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Hail — Hello Debris Hail — Hello Debris
(ReR Megacorp H3, 2006, CD)
Suzanne Lewis — Suzanne Lewis Suzanne Lewis — Suzanne Lewis
(Sedimental SEDCD027, 2000, CD)
Biota  — Object Holder Biota — Object Holder
(ReR Megacorp BCD4, 1995, CD)
Azalia Snail — Fumarole Rising Azalia Snail — Fumarole Rising
(Funky Mushroom M-032, 1994, CD)
5uu's — Hunger's Teeth 5uu's — Hunger's Teeth
(Recommended Records (RéR) 5uu1, 1994, CD)
Hail / Snail — How to Live with a Tiger Hail / Snail — How to Live with a Tiger
(Funky Mushroom FM-025, 1993, CD)
Hail — Kirk Hail — Kirk
(ReR Megacorp HCD2, 1992, CD)
Hail — Turn of the Screw Hail — Turn of the Screw
(ReR Megacorp HCD, 1990, CD)
Thinking Plague — In This Life Thinking Plague — In This Life
(Cuneiform Rune 407, 1989/2015, CD)
Hail — Gypsy Cat & Gypsy Bird Hail — Gypsy Cat & Gypsy Bird
(Prolific P8288, 1988, LP)

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