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God Loves Ugly

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Onemosphere
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The Bass And The Movement
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Give Me
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F'@k You Lucy
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Hair
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GodLovesUgly
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A Song About A Friend
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Flesh
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Saves The Day
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Lovelife
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Breathing
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Vampires
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A Girl Named Hope
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GodLovesUgly Reprise
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Modern Man's Hustle
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One Of A Kind
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Blame Game
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Shrapnel
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 69:02

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real hip hop

tednugnt

i somehow got a hold of an advanced copy of this album from some stranger way back when it dropped. given the warnings it had on it, i feel mad sorry for whoever shared it with me. may there suffering end quickly. anyway it received frequent playback in my car's CD player. i want to give props to slug and ant for producing this versatile hip hop disc. best single download: the title song: an eery piano hook over an imaginative lyrical visual. second best: lovelife

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