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Master of My Make-Believe

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GO!
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Disparate Youth
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God From The Machine
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Fame
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Freak Like Me
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This Isn't Our Parade
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The Riot's Gone
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Pirate In The Water
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The Keepers
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Look At These Hoes
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Big Mouth
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 37:38

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05.01.12
With her fist raised, writing anthems about social unrest
2012 | Label: Atlantic Records

In the four years since she released her self-titled debut, Santigold’s genre-blending approach has gone global, with artists like Rihanna to Nicki Minaj throwing hip-hop, dub, rock and reggae into a melting pot and calling it pop. So it’s little surprise that on her second record, Santigold still sounds like Santigold. Like they were on her debut, the songs here are centered around buoyant rhythms, blending bright synths with White’s bobbing, dancehall delivery. The biggest… read more »

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Master of My Make Believe

TeeGel

This is an awesome album from from one the most unique music makers this century. I can't wait for whatever is next from Santigold.

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DragonSun

Love her!!! Her creativity is so inspiring! Her beat play continues to please, but I am glad that she is raising the consciousness level with this album.

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Master of My Make-Believe

Balzak

Thanks JPAST! got to keep these emusic guys honest

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Master of My Make-Believe

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4.99 amazon

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