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Barak Moffitt is the an established solo musician who is also involved in the band Infinite Monopoly with Jim Schultze. He released his first solo album and EP in 1997, called God Is Lonely and his follow up album Consumers All in 2002.He plays mainly guitars and vocals and has a great compliment of session players making up his recordings. Infinite Monopoly , his band project are soon to release a second album titled I Can Hide . His music like his band counterpart is psychedlic/crossover prog with hints of Indie at times. His albums are released on their Infinite Monopoly label.

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Consumers AllConsumers All
Artist One-Stop 2003
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God Is Lonely EPGod Is Lonely EP
YourFuture, INC. Records
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Consumers All by Barak Moffitt (2002-07-13)Consumers All by Barak Moffitt (2002-07-13)
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