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Peter J. Sands
Adam Levy and producer Rick Fuller worked together to make a film version of the album 10,000 Years which is a feature length music video.
- Adam Levy, singer-songwriter, guitars, piano, keyboards
- Trent Norton, bass, vocals
- Brian Halverson, guitars, vocals
- Peter J. Sands, piano, keyboards, organ
- Peter Anderson, drums, vocals, percussion
- John Fields, producer
- The Honeydogs, 1995
- Everything, I Bet You, 1996
- Seen a Ghost, 1997
- Here's Luck, 2000
- Island of Misfits, 2001
- 10,000 Years, 2003
- Amygdala, 2006
- Can't Feel the Beating, 2008
- Sunshine Committee, 2009
- What Comes After, 2012
- Minneapolis Does Denver, 'Back Home Again', 1995
- No Picnic Being Cheese: Songs of SteppingStone Theatre, 'Sun Rises In The East', 2007
- Minnesota Beatle Project, Vol. 3, 'Dear Prudence', 2011
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