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|To Find Me Gone|
|Studio album by Vetiver|
|Released||May 19, 2006|
|Label|| Dicristina Stair Builders |
|Producer||Andy Cabic, Thom Monahan|
To Find Me Gone is the second studio album by Andy Cabic's San Francisco based band Vetiver. The cover features a holographic print from American Artist Galen Pehrson.
Vetiver is an American folk band headed by songwriter Andy Cabic.
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