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Anthem

Toyah

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1
I Want to Be Free
00:03:10

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

2
Obsolete
00:02:36

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

3
Pop Star
00:03:56

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

4
Elocution Lesson
00:02:32

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

5
Jungles of Jupiter
00:05:12

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

6
I Am
00:03:22

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

7
It's a Mystery
00:04:08

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

8
Masai Boy
00:04:06

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

9
Marionette
00:05:37

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

10
Demolition Men
00:03:50

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

11
We Are
00:03:13

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

12
Walkie Talkie (Bonus Track)
00:01:59

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

13
Alien (Bonus Track)
00:03:28

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

14
Revelations (Bonus Track)
00:03:34

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

15
For You (Bonus Track)
00:03:06

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

16
War Boys (Bonus Track)
00:03:39

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

17
Angels & Demons (Bonus Track)
00:06:55

Toyah, MainArtist

1981 Safari Records 1981 Safari Records

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