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Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will

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White Noise
5:04  
02
Mexican Grand Prix
5:18  
03
Rano Pano
5:15  
04
Death Rays
6:01  
05
San Pedro
3:27  
06
Letters To The Metro
4:41  
07
George Square Thatcher Death Party
4:00  
08
How To Be A Werewolf
6:23  
09
Too Raging To Cheers
4:30  
10
You're Lionel Ritchie
8:29  
11
Music For A Forgotten Future
23:09  
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 76:17

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