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Fine Friend
00:04:03

Chris Cooper, Composer - Emi Music Publishing Ltd, MusicPublisher - J Watson, Composer - Pale Saints, Artist, MainArtist - Meriel Barham, Composer - Colleen Browne, Composer, MusicPublisher - Graeme Naysmith, Composer

1994 4AD Ltd 1994 4AD Ltd

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Special Present
00:07:07

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Chris Cooper, Composer - Emi Music Publishing Ltd, MusicPublisher - Pale Saints, Artist, MainArtist - Meriel Barham, Composer - Colleen Browne, Composer - Graeme Naysmith, Composer

1994 4AD Ltd 1994 4AD Ltd

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Marimba
00:06:45

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Chris Cooper, Composer - Emi Music Publishing Ltd, MusicPublisher - Pale Saints, Artist, MainArtist - Meriel Barham, Composer - Colleen Browne, Composer - Graeme Naysmith, Composer

1994 4AD Ltd 1994 4AD Ltd

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Reprise
00:01:53

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Chris Cooper, Composer - Emi Music Publishing Ltd, MusicPublisher - Pale Saints, Artist, MainArtist - Meriel Barham, Composer - Colleen Browne, Composer - Graeme Naysmith, Composer

1994 4AD Ltd 1994 4AD Ltd

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