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Lawrence Rothman|I Know I've Been Wrong, But Can We Talk?

I Know I've Been Wrong, But Can We Talk?

Lawrence Rothman

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I Know I've Been Wrong, But Can We Talk?

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Oath
00:03:59

Lawrence Rothman, MainArtist - Pulse (BMI), Kobalt, Kobalt, MusicPublisher

(C) 2018 Downtown Records (P) 2018 Downtown Records

2
Bobby Drama
00:04:21

Lawrence Rothman, MainArtist - Pulse (BMI), Kobalt, MusicPublisher

(C) 2018 Downtown Records (P) 2018 Downtown Records

3
Decade
00:04:21

Lawrence Rothman, MainArtist - Pulse (BMI), Heavy Duty (Kobalt), Kobalt, Heavy Duty (Kobalt), MusicPublisher

(C) 2018 Downtown Records (P) 2018 Downtown Records

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Kodak Face
00:03:43

Lawrence Rothman, MainArtist - Pulse (BMI), Heavy Duty (Kobalt), Concord Sounds/Young Rubbish (admin. by Concord Sounds) (ASCAP), 12 48 Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

(C) 2018 Downtown Records (P) 2018 Downtown Records

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Party Boy
00:04:13

Lawrence Rothman, MainArtist - Pulse (BMI), Kobalt, Cubby Sounds Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2018 Downtown Records (P) 2018 Downtown Records

6
Untouchables
00:04:09

Lawrence Rothman, MainArtist - Pulse (BMI), Heavy Duty (Kobalt), Kobalt, Heavy Duty (Kobalt), MusicPublisher

(C) 2018 Downtown Records (P) 2018 Downtown Records

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