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It's Album Time

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01
Intro (It's Album Time)
1:40  
02
Leisure Suit Preben
4:20  
03
Preben Goes to Acapulco
4:35  
04
Svensk Sås
2:43  
05
Strandbar
4:28  
06
Delorean Dynamite
6:45  
07
Johnny and Mary
Artist: Todd Terje feat. Bryan Ferry
6:32
 
08
Alfonso Muskedunder
3:24  
09
Swing Star, Pt. 1
4:18  
10
Swing Star, Pt. 2
6:17  
11
Oh Joy
7:09  
12
Inspector Norse
6:59  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 59:10

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Great record

Electicism101

Best thing I got off emusic for ages.

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