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The Great Wall Of China

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Lights Of Bejing
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No More Candles Burning
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Silence The Barking Monk
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Snow On Dragon's Peak
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Standed Without Shade
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Summer In Shauxi
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Cloud Face
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The Fourth Gate Knights
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Tiger Forest
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Year Of The Monkey
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Zhu Zhanji
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 61:18

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