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Japandroids

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Art Czars
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Japandroids, MainArtist - Brian King, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar - David Prowse, Composer, Drums - Brian Andrew King, Composer

2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

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Racer-X
00:03:16

Japandroids, MainArtist - Brian King, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar - David Prowse, Drums

2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

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