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Pugwash
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Pugwash is an Irish pop band fronted by Drimnagh-born musician Thomas Walsh. In the early 90s, Walsh adopted Pugwash as a stage name and began recording demos in his home studio, eventually leading to his 1999 debut album, Almond Tea. Since that time, he has worked with Andy Partridge and Dave Gregory of XTC, Jason Falkner (The Three O'Clock, Jellyfish), and many others.
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Pugwash — Silverlake Pugwash — Silverlake
(Lojinx LJX111, 2017, CD / LP / DL)
Pugwash — Play This Intimately Pugwash — Play This Intimately
(Omnivore OVCD-134, 2015, CD)
Pugwash — The Olympus Sound Pugwash — The Olympus Sound
(Lojinx LJX038, 2012, CD)
Pugwash — Eleven Modern Antiquities Pugwash — Eleven Modern Antiquities
(1969 Records nice-0014, 2008, CD)
Pugwash — Jollity Pugwash — Jollity
(Karmic Hit KH030, 2005, CD)
Pugwash — Almanac Pugwash — Almanac
(Sugarbush Records SB028, 2002/2016, LP)
Pugwash — Almond Tea Pugwash — Almond Tea
(Sugarbush Records SB021, 1999/2015, LP)

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