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Terry Edwards & The Scapegoats
My Wife Doesn't Understand Me (RSD22)

My Wife Doesn't Understand Me (RSD22)
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1x Vinyl LP Limited Edition



Release date

Jan 1, 2021



Le Discopathe Montpellier

First studio album by Terry Edwards and The Scapegoats. Trailblazing genre-busting classic which paved the way for the British punk-jazz movement that followed in it's wake.

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