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Happy Rhodes

Happy Rhodes
Country
United States
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Happy Rhodes is an American singer, songwriter, instrumentalist and electronic musician with a four-octave vocal range. She is known for her expressive, breathy delivery and ethereal textures.
Website
http://www.happyrhodes.org
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Releases on file (12)
Security Project — Slowburn Security Project — Slowburn
(7d Media no#, 2019, DL)
Security Project — Contact Security Project — Contact
(7d Media no#, 2017, CD)
Happy Rhodes — Find Me Happy Rhodes — Find Me
(Auntie Social no#, 2007, CD)
Happy Rhodes — Many Worlds Are Born Tonight Happy Rhodes — Many Worlds Are Born Tonight
(Samson GC0141, 1998, CD)
Project Lo — Black Canvas Project Lo — Black Canvas
(LoLo 008-2, 1997, CD)
Happy Rhodes — The Keep Happy Rhodes — The Keep
(Aural Gratification AGCD0031, 1995, CD)
Happy Rhodes — Building the Colossus Happy Rhodes — Building the Colossus
(Aural Gratification AGCD0029, 1994, CD)
Happy Rhodes — Equipoise Happy Rhodes — Equipoise
(Aural Gratification AGCD0019, 1993, CD)
Happy Rhodes — Warpaint Happy Rhodes — Warpaint
(Aural Gratification AGCD0017, 1991, CD)
Happy Rhodes — Rearmament Happy Rhodes — Rearmament
(Aural Gratification AGCD0011, 1986/1992, CD)
Happy Rhodes — Rhodes I Happy Rhodes — Rhodes I
(Aural Gratification AGCD0007, 1986/1992, CD)
Happy Rhodes — Rhodes II Happy Rhodes — Rhodes II
(Aural Gratification AGCD0008, 1986/1992, CD)

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