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Accomplice
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Accomplice was a rock band based in LA featuring Scott Snyder (bass), Richard Arbuckle (drums), Sean Clegg (guitar), Matthew Galasso (keyboards), and Stephen Green (vocals). Green was later replaced by Johnny Gioeli.
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Accomplice — She's on Fire Accomplice — She's on Fire
(MTR 2006, 2006, CD)
Accomplice  — Accomplice Accomplice — Accomplice
(In Touch 469-96, 1996, CD)

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