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The Messenger

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The Right Thing Right
3:41
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I Want The Heartbeat
2:47
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European Me
3:56
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Upstarts
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Lockdown
3:58
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The Messenger
4:29
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Generate! Generate!
4:21
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Say Demesne
5:37
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Sun & Moon
3:23
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The Crack Up
3:52
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New Town Velocity
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Word Starts Attack
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 48:22

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Nice solo work

nexus

I snaked 3,5, and 6.

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Great Stuff

funoka

Streamed this on Rolling Stone last week prior to release and loved it. Great sound, great guitar. Now, it would be nice to get The Healers Boomslang available for digital download.

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