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Boiled in Lead

Boiled in Lead
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United States
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Boiled in Lead is a world music band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. They formed in 1983, going through a number of membership changes over the years. As they say, "Rock 'n' reel. Punk folk. Country music from many countries."
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http://boiledinlead.com
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Releases on file (7)
Boiled in Lead — Silver Boiled in Lead — Silver
(Omnium OMM2045, 2008, CD)
Boiled in Lead  — Alloy Boiled in Lead — Alloy
(Omnium OMM 2017, 1998, CD)
Boiled in Lead — Songs from Boiled in Lead — Songs from "The Gypsy"
(Omnium OMM 2013D, 1995, CD)
Boiled in Lead — Antler Dance Boiled in Lead — Antler Dance
(Omnium OMM2007D, 1994, CD)
Boiled In Lead  — Orb Boiled In Lead — Orb
(Omnium OMM 2006D, 1990, CD)
Boiled in Lead — From the Ladle to the Grave Boiled in Lead — From the Ladle to the Grave
(Omnium OMM 2005D, 1989/1995, CD)
Boiled in Lead — Old Lead Boiled in Lead — Old Lead
(Omnium OMM 2001D, 1985/1991, CD)

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2017-05-05
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