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Clearance

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Clearance

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Location:Muncie, Indiana
Year(s):2003 - 2004
Categorized as:New Wave, Punk, Rock
Members:Doog - Vocals
Sonny - Guitar
Dick Knapp - Bass
Erick Sherman- Drums
Website:www.myspace.com/clearance
Label:Perpetual Motion
Total Request:3872 (3568 downloads, 304 plays)
Total Request:3872 (3568 downloads, 304 plays)

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319 requests

 2004, Hot2Trotsky,

Released on pink 3" CD's in a limited run of 25 by Hott2Trotsky Records.

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    Doog's Lament
     
     
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    Dear Jacquelyn
     
     
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    Factory Farmer's Daughter
     
     
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    Hybrid Moments
     
     
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 2004,

A live recording.

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    Factory Farmers Daughter (Live)
     
     
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    Headlines (Live)
     
     
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  • Dear Jacquelyn is fantastic, poetry and music
    by Dr. Ray on Mar 28, 2010
  • Clearance brings back good memories. I remember one of your last shows... you guys were practicing before the show and I recorded the practice. Ryan Reidy was playing keys with the band that night and you did a cover of TLC's waterfalls. It was awesome. I wish someone had that recording still.
    by Justin K Prim on Jan 26, 2010

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