Dave Thompson — The Incomplete Angler - 10 Years of Fruits de Mer Records
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Related artist(s): Astralasia, Anton Barbeau, Beautify Junkyards, The Bevis Frond, The Chemistry Set, Colin Consterdine, Crystal Jacqueline (Bourne), Judy Dyble, Jack Ellister, Fuchsia, Cary Grace, The Luck of Eden Hall, Mark and the Clouds, Mordecai Smyth, Octopus Syng, Alison O'Donnell, The Pretty Things, Schizo Fun Addict, Sendelica, The Seventh Ring of Saturn, Sky Picnic, Soft Hearted Scientists, Jay Tausig, Dave Thompson, Us & Them, Vespero
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