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Anyone heard of Pharoah


They've finally released a collection of their songs on CD


You can check out the tunes on the following sites












any thoughts?

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been trying to get the cd for a while now.


it was for sale thru the site a while back but they removed it from sale for some reason. they said it should be returning for sale sometime soon (if it's not already).

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