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Creedle
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Creedle is a band formed in San Diego, California, that was active in the 90s and has continued sporadically since. Membership has varied considerably over the years, featuring members of such other bands as Robert Walter's 20th Congress, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, and Pinback.
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http://http://www.creedle.com
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Releases on file (3)
Creedle — When the Wind Blows Creedle — When the Wind Blows
(Headhunter HED 057, 1996, CD)
Creedle — Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars Creedle — Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars
(Headhunter HED 041, 1994, CD)
Creedle — Half Man, Half Pie Creedle — Half Man, Half Pie
(Headhunter HED 022, 1993, CD)

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