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Homero G.
March of the Mighty Club Heroes

March of the Mighty Club Heroes


Homero G.




1x Vinyl 12"



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The mastermind behind long-running Inner Sunset Recordings out of San Francisco and the elusive Imperial Pressings has once again resurfaced, and resurfaced with ferocity! Inaugurating the all-new imprint PDG Discs, Homero G.’s “March of the Mighty Club Heroes” is a superbly crafted 4-track E.P. that hearkens back to the days of old, when music had unforgettable stories to tell and partying went hand in hand with making memories that lasted a lifetime.

Media: NM or M-i
Sleeve: Not Graded


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