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The Bruces

For the Monty Python sketch, see Bruces sketch.

Alex McManus is a musician from Omaha, Nebraska. He is part of the indie scene and played with bands such as Acorns, Empire State, Lambchop, Vic Chesnutt, and Bright Eyes. He is also in his own band called The Bruces.

The Bruces discography

  • Family day (1993 · Sing, Eunuchs!) (2002 · Little Army) (2007 · Grotto Records)
  • Hialeah Pink (1995 · Sing, Eunuchs!) (2002 · Little Army)
  • The Shining Path (2004 · Misra)

Bruces Compilation Appearances

  • "There" from As Yet No Title (cs) (2003 · Unread)
  • "Sharpening Stone" from Songs From a Room (7-inch) (1996 · Sing, Eunuchs!)

Other album appearances

External links

  • Saddle Creek Records
  • Lazy-i Interview: January 2003


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