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Voice Farm

Essentially a duo comprising vocalists/keyboard players Myke Reilly and Charly Dark brown, the San Francisco-based Voice Farm debuted in 1982 using the World We RESIDE IN, an album comprising their half-instrumental, half-poetic songs put to synthesizer shadings and light percussion. Five years later on, Voice Farm came back for any self-titled recording on Ralph Information; Reilly and Dark brown, though still only a duo, added a guitarist and many backing vocalists for the dance-oriented audio that still produced heavy usage of the keyboards. After another longer difference between recordings, Larger Cooler Weirder premiered in 1991.

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