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Grok
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United States
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Six-piece rock band from Baltimore, circa 1971-73
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Releases on file (2)
Grok — The Anthology 1964-2014 Grok — The Anthology 1964-2014
(OHO Music OM064, 2014, CD)
Various Artists — The Best of Baltimore's Buried Bands II Various Artists — The Best of Baltimore's Buried Bands II
(Oho OM 053, 2003, 2CD)

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