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Even though Aesop Rock lacks radio hits, his fans remain dedicated, showing up in full force.

Aesop Rock brings the heat to Fremont Country Club

May 24th, 2016

Even though Aesop Rock lacks radio hits, his fans remain dedicated, showing up in full force.

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