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Rascal Reporters — Ridin' on a Bummer

Rascal Reporters — Ridin' on a Bummer
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Hebbardesque no#
Year recorded
1984
Year released
2005
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Related artist(s): Fred Frith, Tim Hodgkinson, Dave Newhouse (Manna / Mirage), Rascal Reporters

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