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Bottom of the World

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Four Corners
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Queenie's Song
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Hold On To the House
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Do They Dream of Hell in Heaven
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The Bottom of the World
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Angels of the Wind
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Emergency Human Blood Courier
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Wake of the Red Witch
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The Gift
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Sidekick Anthem
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Covenant
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 41:56

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hitch me a ride to heaven boy?

Jonner_G

one of the most underrated of the texas songwriters,nice to hear something without drums,highly recommended W.ell done emusic,how about the rest of his output.also some Oz street fossils which is unavailable in the UK

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