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Philip Frobos|Vague Enough to Satisfy

Vague Enough to Satisfy

Philip Frobos

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1
Vague Theme
00:01:59

Philip Frobos, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, MainArtist, BassGuitar, LeadVocals

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2
Vacant Street
00:02:33

Philip Frobos, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, MainArtist, BassGuitar, LeadVocals

2021 Upset The Rhythm 2021 Upset The Rhythm

3
Pool Disturbance
00:04:23

Philip Frobos, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, MainArtist, BassGuitar

2021 Upset The Rhythm 2021 Upset The Rhythm

4
No Packages Today
00:02:32

Philip Frobos, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, MainArtist, BassGuitar, LeadVocals

2021 Upset The Rhythm 2021 Upset The Rhythm

5
Through with Buzz
00:01:28

Philip Frobos, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, MainArtist, BassGuitar, LeadVocals

2021 Upset The Rhythm 2021 Upset The Rhythm

6
Never Noticed
00:02:27

Philip Frobos, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, MainArtist, BassGuitar, LeadVocals

2021 Upset The Rhythm 2021 Upset The Rhythm

7
Inflatable Flamingo
00:04:07

Philip Frobos, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, MainArtist, BassGuitar

2021 Upset The Rhythm 2021 Upset The Rhythm

8
Saturn Return
00:04:06

Philip Frobos, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, MainArtist, BassGuitar, LeadVocals

2021 Upset The Rhythm 2021 Upset The Rhythm

9
Pathetic
00:03:25

Philip Frobos, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, MainArtist, BassGuitar, LeadVocals

2021 Upset The Rhythm 2021 Upset The Rhythm

10
Singer Not the Song
00:02:26

Philip Frobos, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, MainArtist, BassGuitar, LeadVocals

2021 Upset The Rhythm 2021 Upset The Rhythm

11
Vague End Credits
00:04:42

Philip Frobos, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, MainArtist, BassGuitar

2021 Upset The Rhythm 2021 Upset The Rhythm

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