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Beams (Expanded Edition)

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Disc 1 of 2
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Her Fantasy
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Earthforms
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Headcage
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Fighting Is Futile
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Up & Out
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Overtime
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Get The Rhyme Right
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Ahead of Myself
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Do The Right Thing
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Shake Me
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Temptation
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She's Just That Way
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Crimewaves
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In The Middle (I Met You There) [feat. Jonny Pierce]
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Street Song
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Around A Fountain
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Flunker
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Disc 2 of 2
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Earthforms (TOBACCO Remix)
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Earthforms (Jessy Lanza Remix)
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Earthforms (Michna Remix)
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Her Fantasy (Poolside Remix)
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Her Fantasy (Tornado Wallace Remix)
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Fighting Is Futile (Seth Troxler Remix)
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Fighting Is Futile (KiNK Remix)
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Fighting Is Futile (Benoit & Sergio Remix)
8:21
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Fighting Is Futile (Laid Back Remix)
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Fighting Is Futile (KiNK Extended Dub)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 27   Total Length: 131:27

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