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Vulnicura

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Stonemilker
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Lionsong
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History of Touches
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Black Lake
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Family
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Notget
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Atom Dance
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Mouth Mantra
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Quicksand
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 58:37

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Good review from Icelandic english language rag. http://grapevine.is/culture/music/album-review/2015/02/17/vulnicura/

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Vulnicura

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Bjork's best since Homogenic! Almost-unbelievably good!

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