Six Cents and Natalie

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Six Cents and Natalie
Origin Seattle, Washington
Genres lo-fi
Labels Black Bean & Placenta, Harriet Records, self-released
Members Sean Tollefson

Six Cents and Natalie is the sporadic side-project of Tullycraft lead singer Sean Tollefson. This lo-fi band actually predates his pre-Tullycraft band Crayon. Six Cents and Natalie released a series of cassette tapes and 7" singles in the early 90's. Eventually, two full-length CDs were released that compiled most of the material found on the early cassettes and singles.[1]

Discography[edit]

Cassettes[edit]

  • Water Machine (cassette) self-released
  • Tressel (cassette) self-released
  • Let's Pretend We're Married (cassette) self-released

Singles and EPs[edit]

  • Boyfriends (7") Harriet Records
  • When Punk Fell To Earth (7" ) Rubber Goldfish Records
  • Summer's Gone But A Lot Goes On (7") Burden of Joy Records
  • Six Cents & Natalie / Phlegm (split 7") Black Bean & Placenta Tape Club
  • Learning To Share EP (split 7") Sudden Shame Records

Albums[edit]

  • Show Me The Honey (CD) Black Bean & Placenta Tape Club
  • When Punk Fell To Earth (CD) Black Bean & Placenta Tape Club

References[edit]

  • Strong, M. C. (2003). The Great Indie Discography (2nd Edition) pg. 1041. Published by Canon Books Ltd. (US/CAN) ISBN 1-84195-335-0.
  • Discogs [1]. When Punk Fell To Earth. Retrieved on November 14, 2008.

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