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Label formed by Phideaux for releases.
Releases on file (9)
Phideaux — Friction Phideaux — Friction
(Bloodfish ZYZ-777, 1992, CD)
Phideaux — Fiendish Phideaux — Fiendish
(Bloodfish ZYZ-1001, 2003, CD)
Phideaux — Ghost Story Phideaux — Ghost Story
(Bloodfish zyz-1618, 2004, CD)
Phideaux — Chupacabras Phideaux — Chupacabras
(Bloodfish zyz-1777, 2005, CD)
Phideaux — 313 Phideaux — 313
(Bloodfish ZYZ-0313, 2006, CD)
Phideaux — The Great Leap Phideaux — The Great Leap
(Bloodfish zyz-665, 2006, CD)
Phideaux — Doomsday Afternoon Phideaux — Doomsday Afternoon
(Bloodfish zyz-666, 2007, CD)
Phideaux — Number Seven Phideaux — Number Seven
(Bloodfish zyz-007, 2009, CD)
Phideaux — Snowtorch Phideaux — Snowtorch
(Bloodfish 8 26677 00459 8, 2011, CD)

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