Come See About Me - The Microphones - Jimi Sharp: Man Of Mystery (Cassette)

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  1. Dec 09,  · Album Jimi Sharp, Man of Mystery. Jimi Sharp, Man of Mystery The Microphones. 1. Shredded Pants, Stinky Breath, Palm Trees, White Foam Water Come See About Me (The Supremes Cover).
  2. May 31,  · "Microphones Mix" cassette (on Elsinore) Microphone cassette (On Elsinore) VA-Four Band split 7" (Red and yellow screenprint version) VA-Moriyama Zoo No Tribute to Daido Moriyama compilation/boxset (Released by Power Shovel Books, Japan) A copy of the maybe non-existent "privately released CDR distributed to guests at a wedding in Chicago" (ft.
  3. Dec 09,  · The Microphones. Produced by Phil Elverum. Jimi Sharp, Man of Mystery The Microphones. 1. Shredded Pants, Stinky Breath, Palm Trees, White Foam Water Come See About Me (The Supremes Cover).
  4. posted a comment on The Microphones - Jimi Sharp: Man Of Mystery. about 1 year ago Bought this from Jimi at What-the-Heck, actually, bought the FIB zine in order to get the cassette.
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  6. Jun 02,  · "Microphones Mix" cassette (on Elsinore) Microphone cassette (On Elsinore) VA-Four Band split 7" (Red and yellow screenprint version) VA-Moriyama Zoo No Tribute to Daido Moriyama compilation/boxset (Released by Power Shovel Books, Japan) A copy of the maybe non-existent "privately released CDR distributed to guests at a wedding in Chicago" (ft.
  7. Jul 07,  · About “Jimi Sharp, Man of Mystery” Once a one-of-one collection of unreleased songs given to Jimi Sharp, creator of the FIB ‘zine and friend of Phil Elverum.
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