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Fruit Bats is an American rock band formed in 1997 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Noted as an early entrant into the folk-rock boom of the early 2000s, the group has had many personnel changes but revolves around singer/songwriter Eric D. Johnson. History In 2000, Eric D. Johnson was an instructor at The Old Town School of Folk Music, led his own space-rock band called I Rowboat, and was a guitarist in various groups, including Califone and The Shins. He also had a four-track solo outlet called Fruit Bats, which he had been working on since 1997. Fruit Bats had begun to evolve into a band with the inclusion of I Rowboat members Dan Strack and Brian Belval and in 2001, their debut record Echolocation was released on Califone's imprint, Perishable Records. Tours followed with the likes of Modest Mouse and The Shins. Fruit Bats signed with Sub Pop in 2002 and have released four albums with the label including Mouthfuls in 2003, Spelled in Bones in 2005, The Ruminant Band in 2009...
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beautiful morning light crd120.00
being on our own crd110.00
bit of wind tab140.00
blessed breeze crd210.00


canyon girl crd180.00


dragonships crd160.00


earthquake of 73 crd200.00


feather bed crd120.00


it must be love crd110.00


lives of crime tab100.00


magic hour crd180.00
my unusual friend crd160.00


picture of a bird tab270.00
primitive man tab130.00


rainbow sign crd130.00


silent life crd170.00
singing joy to the world crd100.00
singing joy to the world tab110.00


tegucigalpa crd120.00
the hobo girl crd160.00
the little acorn crd190.00
the ruminant band crd230.00
the ruminant band tab160.00
the ruminant band ver2 crd150.00
travelers song crd110.00


union blanket crd120.00


when you love somebody crd140.00
wind that blew my heart away crd110.00


youre too weird crd100.00
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