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  • 01. Let me do what I want
    02. Faded pictures
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    MIDNITE SNAXXX

    Let me do what I want b/w Faded pictures

    [engl] They sure got some history, here's the namedropping.... LOUDMOUTHS, BITCHSCHOOL, LOLI & THE CHONES, BARBARY COASTERS, THE OGRES, BAD DADDIES, ... Limited to 500 copies, housed in a risoprint sleeve, handcrafted bit mark, and a black inner sleeve... made with L-U-V.
    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
    30.10.2018
     

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