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Herandu
00:06:25

Oddjob, MainArtist - Embamba Music/BMG Rights Management Scandinavia, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Amigo - a division of Cosmos Music (P) 2016 Amigo - a division of Cosmos Music

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Three Clowns
00:05:05

Oddjob, MainArtist - Iska Music/Milky Way Express/Kobalt Music Pub, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Amigo - a division of Cosmos Music (P) 2016 Amigo - a division of Cosmos Music

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River People
00:04:08

Oddjob, MainArtist - Jaco Pastorius Inc, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Amigo - a division of Cosmos Music (P) 2016 Amigo - a division of Cosmos Music

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Badia
00:04:56

Oddjob, MainArtist - Mulatto Music/Universal Music Pub./MCA Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Amigo - a division of Cosmos Music (P) 2016 Amigo - a division of Cosmos Music

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Scarlet Woman
00:04:33

Oddjob, MainArtist - Embamba Music/BMG Rights Management Scandinavia // Iska Music/Milky Way Express/Kobalt Music Pub. // Mulatto Music/Universal Music Pub./MCA Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2016 Amigo - a division of Cosmos Music (P) 2016 Amigo - a division of Cosmos Music

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