Bird o' Prey

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Bird O' Pray (styled as BIRDO'PRAY on records) was an American independent record label in the mid-1980s. It was founded by Rollins Band bassist Andrew Weiss and his friend Jeff Rusnak.[1] Almost nothing is known about this label, except that they released alternative rock group Ween's first albums. These albums include The Crucial Squeegie Lip, Axis: Bold as Boognish, and Erica Peterson's Flaming Crib Death. By the late 80's, the record label went bankrupt.

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