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Call of the Mastodon

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Shadows That Move
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Welcoming War
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Thank You For This
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We Built This Come Death
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Hail to Fire
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Battle at Sea
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Deep Sea Creature
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Slickleg
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Call of the Mastodon
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 29:06

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