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Creation (East L.A.)

Quantic Presents The Western Transient

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Creation (East L.A.) 00:05:25

William Holland, Composer - Quantic, MainArtist - Tru Thoughts, MusicPublisher - The Western Transient, MainArtist

2015 Tru Thoughts 2015 Tru Thoughts

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Creation (East L.A.) (The Reflex Revision) 00:06:58

Quantic, MainArtist - Tru Thoughts, MusicPublisher - The Reflex, Remixer - The Western Transient, MainArtist - William Holland, Nicolas Laugier, Composer

2015 Tru Thoughts 2016 Tru Thoughts

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A New Constellation 00:04:21

William Holland, Composer - Quantic, MainArtist - Tru Thoughts, MusicPublisher - The Western Transient, MainArtist

2015 Tru Thoughts 2016 Tru Thoughts

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