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Bitte Orca (Expanded Edition)

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Disc 1 of 2
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Cannibal Resource
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Temecula Sunrise
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The Bride
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Stillness Is The Move
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Two Doves
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Useful Chamber
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No Intention
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Remade Horizon
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Fluorescent Half Dome
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Fluorescent Half Dome (Live at Other Music)
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Temecula Sunrise (Live at Other Music)
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Two Doves (Live at Other Music)
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Cannibal Resource (Live at Other Music)
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No Intention (Live at Other Music)
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Ascending Melody
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Emblem Of The World
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Wave the Bloody Shirt
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Bitte Bitte Orca
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Stillness Is The Move (Lucky Dragons Remix)
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As I Went Out One Morning
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Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 86:52

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Matthew Fritch spent more than a decade as senior editor of the Philadelphia-based magazine MAGNET, where he wrote about wildly unpopular indie rock bands and r...more »

06.15.11
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