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Late Night Tales: Air (Remastered)

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01
All Cats Are Grey
Artist: The Cure
5:28
 
02
O Venezia, Venaga, Venusia
Artist: Nino Rota
3:44
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I Shall Be Released
Artist: The Band
3:12
 
04
Ghosts
Artist: Japan
4:37
 
05
The Old Man’s Back Again
Artist: Scott Walker
3:43
 
06
Come Wander with Me
Artist: Jeff Alexander
2:55
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Metal Heart
Artist: Cat Power
4:02
 
08
Lovin' You
Artist: Minnie Riperton
3:23
 
09
For the World
Artist: Tan Dun
4:18
 
10
Le long de la rivière tendre
Artist: Sébastien Tellier
3:10
 
11
My Autumns Done Come
Artist: Lee Hazlewood
4:07
 
12
P.L.A.
Artist: Robert Wyatt
2:31
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Let's Get Lost
Artist: Elliott Smith
2:27
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14
Cousin Jane
Artist: The Troggs
2:25
 
15
Musica
Artist: Air & Alessandro Baricco
3:08
 
16
Ravel - Pavane pour une infante défunte
Artist: The Cleveland Orchestra
4:55
 
17
Late Night Tales: Air (Continuous Mix)
65:03
 
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Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 123:08

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