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Springs Of Alcyon 00:08:55
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Laniakea 00:07:30
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Fairwell Horizontal 00:07:03
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Immigrant passage 00:08:59
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1984 00:04:26
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Sic Transit Gloria Mundi 00:04:22
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Flower In The Wind 00:09:11
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Sunsets Don't Have Borders 00:08:55
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A Garden Of Pomengranates 00:06:58
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Lovers In The Rain 00:07:41
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Try And Catch The Magic Dragon 00:06:00

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