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The Complete Kismet Acoustic

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Silverscreen (Acoustic)
4:05  
02
Summertime (Acoustic)
3:22  
03
Out The Back Door (Acoustic)
3:02  
04
Seed Of Wonder (Acoustic)
5:25  
05
Enemy (Acoustic)
3:17  
06
Love Is All We Have (Acoustic)
5:09  
07
Intelligentactile 101 (Acoustic)
4:26  
08
Havoc In Heaven (Acoustic)
4:00  
09
Rêves Dans Le Creux (Acoustic)
5:47  
10
Money (Acoustic)
5:07  
11
Love & Love Again (Acoustic)
4:36  
12
Paradise (Acoustic)
5:12  
13
Worried Mind (Acoustic)
4:21  
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 57:49

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