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Lo-Fi Chorus

Lo-Fi Chorus
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United States
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Indie band from Texas.
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Lo-Fi Chorus — Something in the Air Lo-Fi Chorus — Something in the Air
(Four Prong E LFC-02, 2007, CD)
Lo-Fi Chorus — Lo-Fi Chorus Lo-Fi Chorus — Lo-Fi Chorus
(Bandcamp no#, 2001, CD)

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