Complex Party Come Along Theories

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Complex Party Come Along Theories is the debut studio album by American indie rock band Grandaddy, released on cassette tape in 1994. It was self-released by the band and limited to 200 copies.[1] It features only the band's three founding members, Jason Lytle, Kevin Garcia, and Aaron Burtch.

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References

  1. The Rough Guide to Rock (3rd date=October 2003 page=442 ed.). http://books.google.com.au/books?id=7ctjc6UWCm4C&lpg=PT449&ots=YDjhElZGE9&dq=%22complex%20party%20come%20along%20theories%22%20review&pg=PT449#v=onepage&q&f=false. Retrieved 8 August 2011. "... the recording of the US-only album Complex Party Come Along Theories was self-produced by the band. Just 200 copies of this 1994 release were pressed" 

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