The Claustrophobes | Underdog Pop

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Underdog Pop

by The Claustrophobes

Pop with a touch of power.
Genre: Pop: 80's Pop
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1. Con Man
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2. Victim of the Plot
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3. Come Fail With Me
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4. Clever Minds
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5. Internet Girl
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6. Free
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7. No Fun At All
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8. Save Me a Place
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9. Dumb American
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10. B4U
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11. Couple at the Next Table
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Claustrophobes were started by Don Hawkins and Stuart Thomas as a "project" band in 1999. The other two original members were James Neil on drums and the late Erik Kleven on bass. They recorded one CD which is presented here.
The group played a handful fo shows in the Sacramento area before disbanding in 2000. Some of the later shows had Larry Tagg on Bass and Larry Carr on drums. Due to a printing error later editions of the CD show a photo featuring Tagg and Carr even though neither of them played on the recording.
This CD is out of print and is available here on a limited basis.

ALL profits from the sale of this CD will go to the
Erik Kleven Memorial Fund.


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