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God Is Saying This To You…

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God Is Saying This To You
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My Sympathy
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Red Apples
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Beach On The Moon (Recycled Lyrics)
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Can't Come
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Overnight KV
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Prom King
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My Best Friends (Don't Even Pass This)
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White Riffs
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Songs For John In D
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Doctor Orgatron
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Frip Job
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 28:21

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maybe one day...

Massimiliano

...after Kurt Vile's made a dozen records with Matador and cemented his reputation as one of the great weirdo songwriters of the 21st century, a few of these songs will make it into his boxed set. That said, I'm sure about this record from start to finish.

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Brilliant

twistedsun

This music in its simple, easy going way has been played over and over and over since I discovered it here. Fantastic through and through and comes easily recommended.

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