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Free Salamander Exhibit
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Free Salamander Exhibit is a San Francisco Bay Area band consisting of Nils Frykdahl (vocals, guitar, flute), Michael Mellender (guitar, brass, percussion), Dan Rathbun (bass, vocals), David Shamrock (drums), and Drew Wheeler (guitar). It is descended from the legendary Sleepytime Gorilla Museum.
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Free Salamander Exhibit — Undestroyed Free Salamander Exhibit — Undestroyed
(Web of Mimicry WOM051, 2016, CD)

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