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Stream The Dream Syndicate How Did I Find Myself Here?

The Paisley Underground, the Los Angeles psych-revival scene in the '80s, had ties to a great many bands who would do amazing things, from the Bangles to Mazzy Star. But if there was one band who epitomized the Paisley Underground sound, it was the Dream Syndicate, who broke up in 1989 and then reunited to…
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