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Precision Records

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Precision Records
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PO Box 14803, San Luis Obispo, CA 93406-4803
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Releases on file (9)
Travis Larson Band — Travis Larson Band Travis Larson Band — Travis Larson Band
(Precision Records PRCN-1001, 1998, CD)
Travis Larson Band — Suspension Travis Larson Band — Suspension
(Precision Records PRCN-1003, 2001, CD)
Travis Larson Band — Rock Show Travis Larson Band — Rock Show
(Precision Records PRCN-1004, 2003, DVD)
Travis Larson Band — Burn Season Travis Larson Band — Burn Season
(Precision Records PRCN-1005, 2004, CD)
Travis Larson Band — Rate of Change Travis Larson Band — Rate of Change
(Precision Records PRCN-1008, 2006, CD)
Travis Larson Band — Rate of Change - Live Travis Larson Band — Rate of Change - Live
(Precision Records PRCN-1007, 2009, CD)
Travis Larson Band — Rate of Change - Live DVD Travis Larson Band — Rate of Change - Live DVD
(Precision Records PRCN-1008, 2009, 2DVD)
Travis Larson Band — Soundmind Travis Larson Band — Soundmind
(Precision Records PRCN-1009, 2011, CD)
Travis Larson Band — Shift Travis Larson Band — Shift
(Precision Records PRCN-1010, 2013, CD)

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