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1
RobertaFlack (Martyn's Heart Beat Mix) (Heart Beat Mix)
00:06:07

Martyn, Producer - Flying Lotus, MainArtist

2008 Warp Records 2008 Warp Records

2
Sleepy Dinosaur
00:04:11

Flying Lotus, MainArtist - Ras G, Producer

2008 Warp Records 2008 Warp Records

3
Camel
00:02:56

Flying Lotus, MainArtist - Nosaj Thing, Producer

2008 Warp Records 2008 Warp Records

4
Grapesicles
00:03:55

Flying Lotus, MainArtist - Samiyam, Producer

2008 Warp Records 2008 Warp Records

5
RobertaFlack (Other Mix)
00:03:04

Flying Lotus, MainArtist - Mike Slott, Producer

2008 Warp Records 2008 Warp Records

6
Secrets (Refix)
00:05:04

Flying Lotus, MainArtist - Soundmurderer, Producer

2008 Warp Records 2008 Warp Records

7
Melt!
00:03:48

Flying Lotus, MainArtist - MonoPoly, Producer

2008 Warp Records 2008 Warp Records

8
Infinitum
00:04:11

Exile, Producer - Flying Lotus, MainArtist

2008 Warp Records 2008 Warp Records

9
Auntie's Lock/Infinitum
00:03:36

Flying Lotus, MainArtist - Quarta330, Producer

2008 Warp Records 2008 Warp Records

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