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Wicked Garden|Post Dystopian Leisure Music

Post Dystopian Leisure Music

Wicked Garden

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1
Already Gone
00:03:09

Wicked Garden, MainArtist - Dominick Muzio, Producer - Michael "Doc" Ellis, FeaturedArtist

(C) 2019 Vanity Music Group (P) 2019 Vanity Music Group

2
No Fear
00:04:13

Wicked Garden, MainArtist - Dominick Muzio, Producer

(C) 2019 Vanity Music Group (P) 2019 Vanity Music Group

3
Stained
00:02:32

Wicked Garden, MainArtist - Dominick Muzio, Producer

(C) 2019 Vanity Music Group (P) 2019 Vanity Music Group

4
How Do You Sleep
00:04:39

Wicked Garden, MainArtist - Dominick Muzio, Producer

(C) 2019 Vanity Music Group (P) 2019 Vanity Music Group

5
Hey, Bitch
00:05:18

Wicked Garden, MainArtist - Dominick Muzio, Producer

(C) 2019 Vanity Music Group (P) 2019 Vanity Music Group

6
Ask Me If I Care
00:02:30

Wicked Garden, MainArtist - Dominick Muzio, Producer

(C) 2019 Vanity Music Group (P) 2019 Vanity Music Group

7
Good Luck
00:04:11

Wicked Garden, MainArtist - Dominick Muzio, Producer

(C) 2019 Vanity Music Group (P) 2019 Vanity Music Group

8
Second Hand
00:05:07

Wicked Garden, MainArtist - Dominick Muzio, Producer

(C) 2019 Vanity Music Group (P) 2019 Vanity Music Group

9
Guilt Trip
00:03:54

Wicked Garden, MainArtist - Dominick Muzio, Producer

(C) 2019 Vanity Music Group (P) 2019 Vanity Music Group

10
I-15 South
00:03:52

Wicked Garden, MainArtist - Todd Kerns, FeaturedArtist - Dominick Muzio, Producer

(C) 2019 Vanity Music Group (P) 2019 Vanity Music Group

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