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Soft Signals

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Men in Finance
00:02:35

Alex Kaiser, Composer - Soft Signals, MainArtist - Specious Arts Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Timothy McKee, Composer

(C) 2016 Specious Arts (P) 2016 Specious Arts

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Cold Cuts
00:03:58

Alex Kaiser, Composer - Soft Signals, MainArtist - Specious Arts Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Timothy McKee, Composer

(C) 2016 Specious Arts (P) 2016 Specious Arts

3
A Little Less Loud
00:02:58

Alex Kaiser, Composer - Soft Signals, MainArtist - Specious Arts Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Timothy McKee, Composer

(C) 2016 Specious Arts (P) 2016 Specious Arts

4
Anxiety
00:02:46

Alex Kaiser, Composer - Soft Signals, MainArtist - Specious Arts Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Timothy McKee, Composer

(C) 2016 Specious Arts (P) 2016 Specious Arts

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Napalm Beach
00:03:19

Alex Kaiser, Composer - Soft Signals, MainArtist - Specious Arts Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Timothy McKee, Composer

(C) 2016 Specious Arts (P) 2016 Specious Arts

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Us Kids
00:03:04

Alex Kaiser, Composer - Soft Signals, MainArtist - Specious Arts Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Timothy McKee, Composer

(C) 2016 Specious Arts (P) 2016 Specious Arts

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Staring at Screens
00:04:11

Alex Kaiser, Composer - Soft Signals, MainArtist - Specious Arts Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Timothy McKee, Composer

(C) 2016 Specious Arts (P) 2016 Specious Arts

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