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Swinging Bridge

The Congos

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1
Revolution
00:04:09

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

2
Spiritual Organisation
00:04:01

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

3
Lost Sheep
00:05:42

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

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Swinging Bridge
00:03:47

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

5
National Heroes
00:03:23

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

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Black Market Babies
00:03:25

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

7
Concrete Zone
00:03:30

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

8
Teachers Teach
00:04:23

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

9
Ten Million Chariots
00:03:30

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

10
Fraud System
00:03:37

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

11
La Le Bella
00:03:28

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

12
Questions
00:03:26

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

13
Beetles Come
00:03:43

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

14
Hills and Valleys
00:03:24

The Congos, MainArtist

2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson 2006 Cedric Myton & Roydel Johnson

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