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Escapade
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Escapade is a NYC space rock/post-rock band formed in 1996 by ex-Drunken Boat drummer Hadley Kahn. Their music is similar in spirit to Krautrock, while variously taking in influences of psychedelia, avant garde, minimalism, ambient and even jazz.
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Escapade — But Distractions Abound Escapade — But Distractions Abound
(Submergence SUB 5008, 2006, CD)
Escapade — Just When, Just How Escapade — Just When, Just How
((Not on label) no#, 2006, CD)
Escapade — If / Or Escapade — If / Or
(Auricle AMCDR 056, 2004, CD)
Escapade — So You Know Escapade — So You Know
(Auricle AMCDR 241, 2004/2017, CDR)
Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso UFO & Escapade — A Thousand Shades of Grey Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso UFO & Escapade — A Thousand Shades of Grey
(Fünfundvierzig142 , 2003, CD)
Escapade — Rule #3 Escapade — Rule #3
(Submergence SUB 5004, 2002, CD)
Escapade — Remembrance of Things Unknown Escapade — Remembrance of Things Unknown
(Mother West MWR 0045, 2000, CD)
Escapade — Due to a Faulty Premonition Escapade — Due to a Faulty Premonition
(Mother West MW011299, 1999, CD)
Escapade — Citrus Cloud Cover Escapade — Citrus Cloud Cover
(Mother West MWR010698, 1998, CD)
Escapade — Inner Translucence Escapade — Inner Translucence
(Mother West MWR010497, 1997, CD)
Escapade — Obscured Dialogues Escapade — Obscured Dialogues
(Mother West mwr0107097, 1997, CD)
Escapade — Searching for the Elusive Rainbow Escapade — Searching for the Elusive Rainbow
(Mother West mwr030896, 1996, CD)

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