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Kyoto
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Mike Mogis, Mixer - Tony Berg, Producer - Morgan Nagler, Composer - Ethan Gruska, Producer - Marshall Vore, Composer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, Producer, MainArtist

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

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Garden Song
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Marshall Vore, Composer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, MainArtist - Christian Lee Hutson, Composer

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

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