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Vespertine Live

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Frosti
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Overture
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All Is Full of Love
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Cocoon
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Aurora
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Undo
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Unravel
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I've Seen It All
5:17
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An Echo, A Stain
4:35
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Generous Palmstroke
4:08
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Hidden Place
5:37
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Pagan Poetry
5:30
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Harm of Will
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It's Not up to You
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Unison
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It's in Our Hands
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 74:35

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