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Good Records is the record label formed by Tim DeLaughter, the lead singer of The Polyphonic Spree and the alternative-rock band Tripping Daisy. It has its own record store in Dallas, Texas.

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The Polyphonic Spree band

The Polyphonic Spree is an American choral rock band from Dallas, Texas that was formed in 2000 by Tim DeLaughter. The band's sound relies on a variety of vocal and instrumental color by featuring a choir, flute, trumpet, french horn, trombone, violin, viola, cello, percussion, piano, guitars, bass, drums, electronic keyboards, and EWI.

Tripping Daisy is a neo-psychedelic pop rock band that was formed in Dallas, Texas, USA, by lead singer/guitarist Tim DeLaughter in 1990 along with Jeff Bouck (drums), Wes Berggren (guitar) and Mark Pirro (bass). They disbanded in 1999, then reformed in 2017.

Tim DeLaughter American musician

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<i>Bill</i> (Tripping Daisy album) 1992 studio album by Tripping Daisy

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Eric Drew Feldman is an American keyboard and bass guitar player. Feldman has worked with Captain Beefheart, Fear, Snakefinger, The Residents, Pere Ubu, Pixies, dEUS, Katell Keineg, Frank Black, The Polyphonic Spree, Tripping Daisy, Reid Paley, Charlotte Hatherley, Custard and PJ Harvey.

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<i>Thumbsucker</i> (soundtrack) 2005 soundtrack album by The Polyphonic Spree, featuring Elliott Smith

Thumbsucker is the soundtrack to the film of the same name, which is based in the novel of the same name by Walter Kirn. It was released on September 13, 2005 under the Hollywood Records label. It was originally intended to be created by Elliott Smith, but after his death in 2003, The Polyphonic Spree was chosen to complete it when director Mike Mills attended a performance of theirs and was impressed. Three tracks by Smith remain on the release.

<i>The Fragile Army</i> 2007 studio album by The Polyphonic Spree

The Fragile Army is the third album from the symphonic-rock group The Polyphonic Spree. The album was released on TVT Records on June 19, 2007.

Kirtland Records record label

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Mark Pirro American musician

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