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Stereolab|Serene Velocity - A Stereolab Anthology

Serene Velocity - A Stereolab Anthology

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Jenny Ondioline (Part One)
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Crest
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French Disko
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Ping Pong
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Wow And Flutter
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Cybele's Reverie
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Metronomic Underground
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Percolator
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Brakhage
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Miss Modular
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Infinity Girl
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Come Andy Play In The Milky Night
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Space Moth
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Double Rocker
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Vonal Declosion
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...Sudden Stars
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