|Too Soon Monsoon|
|Studio album by Wheatus|
|Released||October 18, 2005|
Too Soon Monsoon is the third studio album released by American alternative band Wheatus. The album was released on October 18, 2005in the United States, and on October 24, 2005 in the United Kingdom. The album was released on the band's own label, Montauk Mantis. The album is currently available directly from the band's official website for $10, and is available to download in various formats using a 'pay what you want' donation system where the customer can donate any amount to purchase the album.
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