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We're Not Leaving EP

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We're Not Leaving 2012 version
00:03:35

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Rahman, Composer - Soothsayers, MainArtist - Hopcraft, Composer

2012 2012

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We're Not Leaving Dub
00:04:04

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Rahman, Composer - Soothsayers, MainArtist - Hopcraft, Composer

2012 2012

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Red Earth Roots (feat. Horseman)
00:04:02

Raphael, Composer - Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Rahman, Composer - Horseman, FeaturedArtist - Soothsayers, MainArtist - Hopcraft, Composer

2012 2012

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One Day
00:04:49

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Rahman, Composer - Yesking, Remixer - Soothsayers, MainArtist - Hopcraft, Composer

2012 2012

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Human Nature
00:04:02

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Rahman, Composer - Soothsayers, MainArtist - Hopcraft, Composer

2012 2012

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Human Nature (Dub Instrumental)
00:03:57

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Rahman, Composer - Soothsayers, MainArtist - Hopcraft, Composer

2012 2012

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