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Mushroom
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Psychedelic rock band founded in November 1996, the 'membership' of Mushroom is a grey area, an ever-shifting collective of friends and acquaintances in the San Francisco Bay area.
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Releases on file (17)
Mushroom — I Don't Remember Yesterday. Today It Rained Mushroom — I Don't Remember Yesterday. Today It Rained
(4Zero FZ008, 2011, CD)
Mushroom — Naked, Stoned, & Stabbed Mushroom — Naked, Stoned, & Stabbed
(4Zero FZ007, 2010, CD)
Mushroom with Eddie Gale — Joint Happening Mushroom with Eddie Gale — Joint Happening
(Hyena HYN 9359, 2007, CD)
Alison Faith Levy & Mushroom — Yesterday I Saw You Kissing Tiny Flowers Alison Faith Levy & Mushroom — Yesterday I Saw You Kissing Tiny Flowers
(4Zero FZ003, 2007, CD)
Mushroom — Really Don't Mind If You Sit This One Out Mushroom — Really Don't Mind If You Sit This One Out
(4Zero FZ001, 2006, CD)
Caroleen Beatty — You're Only as Pretty as You Feel Caroleen Beatty — You're Only as Pretty as You Feel
(Black Beauty BB72009, 2005, CD)
Mushroom — Glazed Popems Mushroom — Glazed Popems
(Black Beauty BB 72005, 2004, 2CD)
Mushroom with Gary Floyd — Mad Dogs & San Franciscans Mushroom with Gary Floyd — Mad Dogs & San Franciscans
(Black Beauty BB 72003, 2003, CD)
Mushroom — Oh, But They're Weird and They're Wonderful Mushroom — Oh, But They're Weird and They're Wonderful
(Return to Sender RTS 35, 2002, CD)
Mushroom — Foxy Music Mushroom — Foxy Music
(Innerspace 7716, 2001, 2LP)
Mushroom vs Bundy K. Brown vs Faust vs Gary Floyd  — Compared to What Mushroom vs Bundy K. Brown vs Faust vs Gary Floyd — Compared to What
(Innerspace 7714, 2000, CD)
Mushroom — Leni Riefenstahl Mushroom — Leni Riefenstahl
(Aether AELLP-007, 2000, LP)
Mushroom — Analog Hi-Fi Surprise Mushroom — Analog Hi-Fi Surprise
(weed 7910, 1999/2002, CD)
Mushroom — Hydrogen Jukebox Mushroom — Hydrogen Jukebox
(Timothy's Brain 107, 1999, CD)
Mushroom — Alive and in Full Bloom Mushroom — Alive and in Full Bloom
(Inbetweens IRCD001, 1998, CD)
Mushroom — Cream of Mushroom Mushroom — Cream of Mushroom
(Normal 215, 1998, CD)
Mushroom — The Reeperbahn Mushroom — The Reeperbahn
(Belmondo bel 004, 1997, LP)

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