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Full-Throated Messianic Homage

Sons of Raphael

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Revolution
00:04:35
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He Who Makes the Morning Darkness
00:04:52
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Siren Music
00:03:08
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On Dreams That Are Sent by God
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Devil Devil
00:03:21
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Yeah Yeah Yeah
00:04:32
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Oh Momma
00:03:23
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I Sing Songs for the Dead
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Let's All Get Dead Together
00:05:53
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The Sand Dunes Lift Up
00:02:22

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