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Hughscore
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Hughscore (originally Caveman Hughscore) was the international collaboration between Portland, Oregon band Caveman Shoestore and renowned bassist Hugh Hopper.
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Hughscore — Delta Flora Hughscore — Delta Flora
(Cuneiform Rune 110, 1999, CD)
Hughscore — High Spot Paradox Hughscore — High Spot Paradox
(Tim/Kerr Records T/K 109-2, 1997, CD)
Caveman Hughscore — Caveman Hughscore Caveman Hughscore — Caveman Hughscore
(Tim/Kerr Records TK95CD093, 1995, CD)

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