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Stephen Prina

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Famed world-wide for his work in the modern visible arts, Stephen Prina shifted into music through the middle-1990s, financing vocals to Crimson Krayola records like 1995’s Amor and Vocabulary and its own follow-up Hazel, in addition to Gastr del Sol’s exceptional Camoufleur. His single debut Push Involves Love appeared in the Drag Town label in early 1999.

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Full Name Stephen Prina
Education California Institute of the Arts
Nationality American
Awards Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, US & Canada
Music Songs Cums for Shove, Little Lips, The Sobriquet, The Devil, Probably, The Achiever, This Is Not It, No One Calls Me Friend, Hand in Glove, Take 3, Take 1, Trevor, Too Strong, Take 2, Community
Albums Push Comes to Love, Vinyl II


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