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Tijuana Hercules

Tijuana Hercules
Country
United States
Profile
Tijuana Hercules is a band based in Chicago which was formed by John Vernon Forbes (vocals, various instruments), formerly of Mount Shasta. He is joined by a varying cast of collaborators.
Website
http://www.tijuanahercules.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (4)
Tijuana Hercules — Evening Dressings Tijuana Hercules — Evening Dressings
(Skin Graft , 2020, CD / DL)
Various Artists — Post Now: Round One - Chicago vs New York Various Artists — Post Now: Round One - Chicago vs New York
(Skin Graft GR131, 2019, CD / DL)
Tijuana Hercules — Alamanack of Bad Luck Tijuana Hercules — Alamanack of Bad Luck
(Black Pisces BPR 05, 2009, CD)
Tijuana Hercules — Tijuana Hercules Tijuana Hercules — Tijuana Hercules
(Black Pisces BPR-03, 2005, CD)

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