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Crime in Choir

Crime in Choir
Country
United States
Profile
San Francisco quintet Crime In Choir are an instrumental progressive rock band founded in 2000.
Website
http://crimeinchoir.bandcamp.com
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (4)
Crime in Choir — Gift Givers Crime in Choir — Gift Givers
(Kill Shaman KSR31, 2009, CD)
Crime in Choir — Trumpery Metier Crime in Choir — Trumpery Metier
(Gold Standard Labs GSL128, 2006, CD)
Crime in Choir — The Hoop Crime in Choir — The Hoop
(Frenetic FR015, 2003, CD)
Crime in Choir — Crime in Choir Crime in Choir — Crime in Choir
(Omnibus OMNI033, 2002, CD)

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