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Clyde Brown

A midwestern studio room do-it-yourself weirdo, Clyde Dark brown caught the interest of disk jockey Dr. Demento having a track entitled “Whips and Stores”. The doc would system the listen in the first ’90s, sometimes in conjunction with songs such as for example “Cruella DeVille” or Tom Lehrer’s “Masochism Tango”. Dark brown distributes his personal materials out of his Sound Chamber business in Love’s Recreation area, Illinois.

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