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Chris Richards and the Subtractions

Chris Richards and the Subtractions
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Chris Richards is a Detroit singer-songwriter who has been recording with various bands since the 80s. His group since 2004 is The Subractions.
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Chris Richards and the Subtractions — A Smattering of Mystery and Sound Chris Richards and the Subtractions — A Smattering of Mystery and Sound
(Sugarbush Records SB013, 2017, LP)
Various Artists — A Spoonful of Sugarbush Various Artists — A Spoonful of Sugarbush
(Sugarbush Records SB027, 2017, LP)
Chris Richards and the Subtractions — Get Yer La La's Out Chris Richards and the Subtractions — Get Yer La La's Out
(Gangplank no#, 2012, CD)
Chris Richards and the Subtractions — Sad Sounds of the Summer Chris Richards and the Subtractions — Sad Sounds of the Summer
(Gangplank GPR 1007, 2009, CD)
Chris Richards — Mystery Spot Chris Richards — Mystery Spot
(Dogbunny no#, 2004, CD)

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