Asparagus Milkshake CD

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Released October 2009 (CH08CD)


Asparagus MilkshakeThe second of Chapter Music’s classic 1994 lo-fi era compilation cassettes. Asparagus Milkshake covered more geographic territory, including tracks from Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth bands such as the Cannanes, Minimum Chips, Molasses, Doublechin, Clag and New Waver. Available again on CD for the first time ever in a simple foldover sleeve with new liner notes, limited to 100 copies!

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