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Soundtracks

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01
Deadlock
3:27  
02
Tango Whiskyman
4:04  
03
Deadlock-Instrumental
1:40  
04
Don't turn the Light on, leave me alone
3:42  
05
Soul Desert
3:48  
06
Mother Sky
14:31  
07
She brings the Rain
4:04  
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Total Tracks: 7   Total Length: 35:16

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