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Shrimp Boat
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Defunct Chicago band formed in 1985. They are considered precursors of the post-rock genre. They broke up in 1993, a few months after the release of Cavale LP. In 2004 AUM Fidelity label issued Something Grand — a compilation which includes tracks from throughout their career, almost all of them previously unreleased.
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(AUM Fidelity AUM033, 1989/2005, CD)

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