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Earcandy
Country
England
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Earcandy is one of the psychedelic space rock projects of Dave Tor.
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Releases on file (5)
Earcandy — Blossom Earcandy — Blossom
(Poor Person PPPR 16, 1998, CD)
Earcandy — Sound Is Just the Way You Ear It Earcandy — Sound Is Just the Way You Ear It
(Poor Person PPPR 5, 1995, CD)
Earcandy — Tasting 1, 2, 3 Tasting Earcandy — Tasting 1, 2, 3 Tasting
(Poor Person PPPR 8, 1995, LP)
Eardandy — Time Is Just a State of Mind Eardandy — Time Is Just a State of Mind
(Poor Person PPPR 2, 1994, LP)
Earcandy — Space Is Just a Place Earcandy — Space Is Just a Place
(Poor Person PPPR 1, 1993, LP)

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