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Azalia Snail Is Back - with a New Job

She's a Field Rep, or at least she's singing about one.

by Jon Davis, Published 2018-03-15


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Related artist(s): Azalia Snail

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Signs of One - Innerlands – Signs of One is yet another industrious band trying to make a name for themselves in a crowded and competitive prog market. Innerlands is their second album, and with it they’ve further refined...  (2008) » Read more

Richard Leo Johnson and Gregg Bendian - Who Knew Charlie Shoe? – Guitarist Richard Leo Johnson has again created a mythical context for the material on this latest disc, a story about a young boy who was transfixed by an old guitar-playing hobo at a church social...  (2008) » Read more

Alpes - Patrice Moullet - En Attendant Noe – With a signature sound almost indescribable, Patrice Moullet is back with another Alpes release. Imagine a mad scientist living alone in the mountains, inventing, designing, and constructing his own...  (1998) » Read more