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The Drood

The Drood

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Flies
00:05:33

Daniel Watts, Composer - The Drood, MainArtist - Nathan Jamiel, Composer - Hayden Peltier, Composer

2016 The Drood 2016 The Drood

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Theatre Nine
00:04:51

Daniel Watts, Composer - Fletcher Williams, Composer - The Drood, MainArtist - Nathan Jamiel, Composer - Hayden Peltier, Composer

2016 The Drood 2016 The Drood

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Serendipity and Delusion
00:04:09

Daniel Watts, Composer - The Drood, MainArtist - Nathan Jamiel, Composer - Hayden Peltier, Composer

2016 The Drood 2016 The Drood

4
This and That
00:04:27

Daniel Watts, Composer - The Drood, MainArtist - Nathan Jamiel, Composer - Hayden Peltier, Composer

2016 The Drood 2016 The Drood

5
Three for Falling
00:04:48

Daniel Watts, Composer - The Drood, MainArtist - Nathan Jamiel, Composer - Hayden Peltier, Composer

2016 The Drood 2016 The Drood

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Automeaton
00:03:44

Daniel Watts, Composer - The Drood, MainArtist - Nathan Jamiel, Composer - Hayden Peltier, Composer

2016 The Drood 2016 The Drood

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Neither One Exists
00:05:04

Daniel Watts, Composer - The Drood, MainArtist - Nathan Jamiel, Composer - Hayden Peltier, Composer

2016 The Drood 2016 The Drood

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Self-Imposed Perpetual Dissatisfaction
00:03:28

Daniel Watts, Composer - The Drood, MainArtist - Nathan Jamiel, Composer - Hayden Peltier, Composer

2016 The Drood 2016 The Drood

9
The Marshes
00:04:08

Daniel Watts, Composer - The Drood, MainArtist - Nathan Jamiel, Composer - Hayden Peltier, Composer

2016 The Drood 2016 The Drood

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