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1
Dirty Looks Intro
00:00:42

Radiation City, MainArtist - Patti King, Lead Vocals - Cameron Spies, Electric Guitar - Nick Delffs, Drums - Elisabeth Ellison, Synthesizer - Matt Rafferty, Electric Guitar - Randy Bemrose, Drums - Riley Geare, Drums

2018 Polyvinyl Record Co. 2018 Polyvinyl Record Co.

2
Dirty Looks
00:03:49

Radiation City, MainArtist - Patti King, Lead Vocals - Cameron Spies, Electric Guitar - Nick Delffs, Drums - Elisabeth Ellison, Synthesizer - Matt Rafferty, Electric Guitar - Randy Bemrose, Drums - Riley Geare, Drums

2018 Polyvinyl Record Co. 2018 Polyvinyl Record Co.

3
Ghost Organ
00:04:30

Radiation City, MainArtist - Patti King, Lead Vocals - Cameron Spies, Electric Guitar - Nick Delffs, Drums - Elisabeth Ellison, Synthesizer - Matt Rafferty, Electric Guitar - Randy Bemrose, Drums - Riley Geare, Drums

2018 Polyvinyl Record Co. 2018 Polyvinyl Record Co.

4
Cartoon Love
00:04:36

Radiation City, MainArtist - Patti King, Lead Vocals - Cameron Spies, Electric Guitar - Nick Delffs, Drums - Elisabeth Ellison, Synthesizer - Matt Rafferty, Electric Guitar - Randy Bemrose, Drums - Riley Geare, Drums

2018 Polyvinyl Record Co. 2018 Polyvinyl Record Co.

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Song 6
00:04:18

Radiation City, MainArtist - Patti King, Lead Vocals - Cameron Spies, Electric Guitar - Nick Delffs, Drums - Elisabeth Ellison, Synthesizer - Matt Rafferty, Electric Guitar - Randy Bemrose, Drums - Riley Geare, Drums

2018 Polyvinyl Record Co. 2018 Polyvinyl Record Co.

6
The Middle
00:05:25

Radiation City, MainArtist - Patti King, Lead Vocals - Cameron Spies, Electric Guitar - Nick Delffs, Drums - Elisabeth Ellison, Synthesizer - Matt Rafferty, Electric Guitar - Randy Bemrose, Drums - Riley Geare, Drums

2018 Polyvinyl Record Co. 2018 Polyvinyl Record Co.

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