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5 - EP

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In Mind
3:46
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Good Day Sunshine
5:10
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03
Missing You
4:18
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04
Country Rain
3:34
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Total Tracks: 4   Total Length: 16:48

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Country Rain is a classic

Slowbuildings

The previous review is spot on: 'country rain' is the best Slowdive song and the root of Mojave 3.

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Get Country Rain!

Bracky

While the first three tracks are a bit too ambient for my tastes, Country Rain is one of the best tracks Slowdive ever recorded. I bought this ep on CD more years ago than I care to remember, but still keep coming back to that song!

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