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Deaf Heat EP

Marika Hackman

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Tongues 00:02:16

Marika Hackman, Main Artist, Writer

(C) 2014 Dirty Hit (P) 2014 Dirty Hit

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Deep Green 00:03:35

Marika Hackman, Main Artist, Writer

(C) 2014 Dirty Hit (P) 2014 Dirty Hit

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Call off the Dogs 00:03:14

Marika Hackman, Main Artist, Writer

(C) 2014 Dirty Hit (P) 2014 Dirty Hit

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I Follow Rivers 00:02:46

Marika Hackman, Main Artist - Lykke Li, Writer

(C) 2014 Dirty Hit (P) 2014 Dirty Hit

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