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Late Night Tales: The Flaming Lips

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01
Unravel
Artist: Björk
3:18
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02
Speed of Sound
Artist: Chris Bell
5:09
 
03
It's a Bit of a Pain
Artist: Faust
3:07
 
04
2Hb
Artist: Roxy Music
4:29
 
05
People
Artist: Alfie
4:14
 
06
Flim
Artist: Aphex Twin
2:57
 
07
Galileo
Artist: Mice Parade
6:15
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08
Up the Down Escalator
Artist: The Chameleons
3:58
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09
Seven Nation Army
2:58
 
10
Playground for a Wedgeless Firm
Artist: Chemical Brothers
2:30
 
11
Saudade
Artist: Love and Rockets
5:01
 
12
Monochrome
Artist: Lush
4:59
 
13
River Man
Artist: Nick Drake
4:23
 
14
On Fire
Artist: Sebadoh
3:36
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15
Pyramid Song
Artist: Radiohead
4:49
 
16
I'm Not in Love
Artist: 10cc
6:04
 
17
Another Green World
Artist: Brian Eno
1:42
 
18
The Jist
Artist: David Shrigley
3:03
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19
Late Night Tales: The Flaming Lips (Continuous Mix)
75:38
 
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Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 148:10

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