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Frogg Café

Frogg Café
Country
United States
Profile
American band influenced by Frank Zappa and others.
Website
http://www.froggcafe.com
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (5)
Frogg Café — Bateless Edge Frogg Café — Bateless Edge
(10T Records 1QT10043, 2010, CD)
Frogg Café — The Safenzee Diaries Frogg Café — The Safenzee Diaries
(10T Records 10T0024, 2007, 2CD)
Frogg Café — Fortunate Observer of Time Frogg Café — Fortunate Observer of Time
(no#, 2005, CD)
Frogg Café — Frogg Café Frogg Café — Frogg Café
(ProgRock NSM1587, 2004, CD)
Frogg Café — Creatures Frogg Café — Creatures
(*, 2003, CD)

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