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New Dwarves this summer: The Dwarves Invented Rock N Roll

Posted April 6, 2014, 7:30 p.m. in Records by Loren

The Dwarves will release a new LP, The Dwarves Invented Rock N Roll this July on Recess Records. In addition, they will release another item, the Trailer Trash 7" in May, also on Recess, and additional 7"s on Fat Wreck and Burger in the coming months.


The band released a reissue titled Younger & Better Looking in 2013.

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