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Sleepytime Gorilla Museum

Sleepytime Gorilla Museum
Country
United States
Profile
Oakland, California-based group which includes members of Idiot Flesh, Thinking Plague, Charming Hostess, and Skeleton Key. Several of the members went on to form Free Salamander Exhibit.
Website
http://sleepytimegorillamuseum.com
Related articles (7)
Releases on file (5)
Various Artists — Romantic Warriors II: About Rock in Opposition Various Artists — Romantic Warriors II: About Rock in Opposition
(Zeitgeist Media 2, 2012, DVD)
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum — In Glorious Times Sleepytime Gorilla Museum — In Glorious Times
(The End TE 082, 2007, CD)
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum — Of Natural History Sleepytime Gorilla Museum — Of Natural History
(Web of Mimicry WOM019, 2004, CD)
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum — Live Sleepytime Gorilla Museum — Live
(Sickroom SRR014, 2003, CD)
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum — Grand Opening and Closing Sleepytime Gorilla Museum — Grand Opening and Closing
(Seeland 523, 2001, CD)

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