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Fleet Foxes|Helplessness Blues

Helplessness Blues

Fleet Foxes

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1
Montezuma
00:03:36

Robin Pecknold, Writer - Fleet Foxes, MainArtist

© 2012 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

2
Bedouin Dress
00:04:29

Robin Pecknold, Writer - Fleet Foxes, MainArtist

© 2012 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

3
Sim Sala Bim
00:03:14

Robin Pecknold, Writer - Fleet Foxes, MainArtist

© 2012 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

4
Battery Kinzie
00:02:49

Robin Pecknold, Writer - Fleet Foxes, MainArtist

© 2012 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

5
The Plains/Bitter Dancer
00:05:53

Robin Pecknold, Writer - Fleet Foxes, MainArtist

© 2012 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

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Helplessness Blues
00:05:03

Robin Pecknold, Writer - Fleet Foxes, MainArtist

© 2012 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

7
The Cascades
00:02:07

Robin Pecknold, Writer - Fleet Foxes, MainArtist

© 2012 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

8
Lorelai
00:04:24

Robin Pecknold, Writer - Fleet Foxes, MainArtist

© 2012 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

9
Someone You'd Admire
00:02:29

Robin Pecknold, Writer - Fleet Foxes, MainArtist

© 2012 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

10
The Shrine/An Argument
00:08:07

Robin Pecknold, Writer - Fleet Foxes, MainArtist

© 2012 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

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Blue Spotted Tail
00:03:05

Robin Pecknold, Writer - Fleet Foxes, MainArtist

© 2012 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

12
Grown Ocean
00:04:35

Robin Pecknold, Writer - Fleet Foxes, MainArtist

© 2012 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2012 Sub Pop Records

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