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CD
Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper
Frogg Moody
: . 1998.
0pp. [Audio Recordings]
ISBN:

Casebook Review:

Frogg Moody's Yours Truly is best described as a pseduo rock-opera, with very upbeat and visceral music describing the events of the autumn of 1888. Recommended.

Sample Audio: Only a Violet (388Kb, Real Audio)


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