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  • 01. Something To Regret
    02. World Explodes
    03. No One Else
    04. Your Dreams
    05. Hippy Shit
    06. I Know I Knooow
    07. ...and Breathe
    08. Dipping Out
    09. You Explaining
    10. Skin Peels
    11. Whatever Works
    12. Cold
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    WOAHNOWS

    Young & Cool

    [engl] An amazing personal, power-pop record from Bristol, UK's Woahnows!
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    15.03.2019
    EAN
    EAN 0667867908452
     

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