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Top Ten Hits Of The End Of The World

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Blade of Austerity (channeling Guns of Dubai)
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Those Who Live For Love Will Live Forever (channeling I.M.M.O.R.T.A.L.I.F.E.)
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No Way Back (channeling Nu Fighters)
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So Destroyed (channeling Rage Peace)
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Receive (channeling Taohaus)
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Radhamadhava (channeling Goloka)
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Fire Sacrifice (channeling Black Elk Speaks)
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Welcome To The Now Age (channeling Hyparxia)
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Exercise Ecstasy (channeling The Metaphysixxx)
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We Will Fall In Love Again (channeling Motel Memory)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 39:17

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11.06.12
Making the demise of mankind sound not just palatable, but downright danceable
2012 | Label: Paw Tracks

The conceit for Brooklyn art-duo Prince Rama’s sixth album goes like this: Life as we know it finally ends in the long-promised apocalypse. But lucky for us, Prince Rama has provided a glimpse into the future: Top Ten Hits of the End of the World, which is billed as a compilation of the 10 most popular songs on the day everything came screeching to a halt, are written and performed not by band members Taraka… read more »

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