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A Grey Sigh In A Flower Husk

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Teiresias
6:21
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Cavité
12:10  
03
Black Finnegan
Artist: Unpersons
3:05
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Number
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3:00
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Dry Hand
Artist: Unpersons
3:32
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A Small Gesture, a Thousand Small
Artist: Unpersons
6:32
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Total Tracks: 6   Total Length: 34:40

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A Grey Sigh i a Flower Husk

VanmantheMusicFan

I’ve given this 5 stars just for the two Baroness tracks, especially Cavité. They are worth the full price of the album alone. However, once you have got these, delete the Unpersons tracks as awful just doesn’t begin to describe how they sound; just think The Jesus Lizard on an extremely bad day and you’ll know what I mean.

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