This is Ramona Monteith’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Ramona Monteith

Campbell River, British Columbia
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  1. Grimace and Grace
    by Rachel Laitman
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    animal noises animal noises
  2. The Frights
    by The Frights
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    Submarines Submarines
  3. I Can't Even Get Depression Right
    by Gnarly Whales
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    There Is No "E" In Canadian Whisky There Is No "E" In Canadian Whisky
  4. Cottontail & Moon Bandits split
    by Moon Bandits
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    Do we want what they're giving Do we want what they're giving
  5. Action Changes Thinking
    by Moon Bandits
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    Revolutions Personal Revolutions Personal
  6. Straight thinking means plain speaking
    by Moon Bandits
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    Community Love Song Community Love Song
  7. moon bandits/ igaf
    by moon bandits/igaf
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    It's Gonna Roll It's Gonna Roll
  8. Property Damage: A Love Story
    by moon bandits
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    Property Damage: A Love Song Property Damage: A Love Song
  9. dirtstar
    by False Pterodactyl
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    comet comet
    This is such a good little album. So raw and interesting.
  10. LO
    by False Pterodactyl
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    eyebrows eyebrows
  11. Christmas Island
    by AJJ
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    Linda Ronstadt Linda Ronstadt
    This album is raw, absurd, surreal, and often emotional in the strangest ways. I can't get enough of it, honestly. Each track left me eager to hear what absurd bullshit would be on the next. Even after the shock value wears off it's still incredible though, and you start to find the more substantial messages in the lyrics.