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On Patrol

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Ma Holo
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Beat Cop
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The Stakeout (feat. W.Giacchi)
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Conga Mind
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Deep Cover
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High Slide
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The Stakeout: Reprise (feat. W.Giacchi)
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Dimension Alley
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Holodeck Blues
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 74:38

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Wondering Sound

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Abby Garnett

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09.17.13
One of his most consistent solo efforts
2010 | Label: Not Not Fun / Revolver

Since On Patrol first came out in 2010 on the experimental label Not Not Fun, Long Beach psych acolyte Cameron Stallones has released a steady stream of material — notably, last year’s Icon Give Thank, an album recorded in Jamaica alongside M. Geddes Gengras and roots reggae legends The Congos. As that effort unexpectedly climbed the World Albums chart, Stallones and Gengras were busy founding their own Dancehall imprint, Duppy Gun Productions. At its best,… read more »

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they will be

motoko

playing 35 Denton in March '12!!

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Exhausting road to nowhere.

iSmellBubblegum

Not a fun trip. Not an interesting trip. And WAY TOO LONG.

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You may ask - is this trip really necessary?

Tezby

YES.

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Takes me to another place!

Fbones24

This album truly transports me to another place. It is a unique, interesting concoction of psychedelic sounds. Not sure how to describe this other than It is a bad a$$ album!

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