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Caveman Shoestore

Caveman Shoestore
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Caveman Shoestore was a project featuring Elaine Di Falco, Fred Chalenor, and Henry Franzoni. The band collaborated with Hugh Hopper under the name Caveman Hughscore.
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Caveman Shoestore — Super Sale Caveman Shoestore — Super Sale
(Build-a-Buzz 002, 2005, CD)
Caveman Hughscore — Caveman Hughscore Caveman Hughscore — Caveman Hughscore
(Tim/Kerr Records TK95CD093, 1995, CD)
Caveman Shoestore — Flux Caveman Shoestore — Flux
(Tim/Kerr Records TK93CD056, 1994, CD)
Caveman Shoestore — Master Cylinder Caveman Shoestore — Master Cylinder
(Tim/Kerr Records TK92CD024, 1992, CD)

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