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LesAlpx / Coorabell

Floating Points

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LesAlpx 00:04:41

Floating Points, MainArtist - BMG, MusicPublisher - Sam Shepherd, Producer, Writer

2019 Pluto under exclusive license to Ninja Tune. 2019 Pluto under exclusive license to Ninja Tune.

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LesAlpx (Extended) 00:10:33

Floating Points, MainArtist - BMG, MusicPublisher - Sam Shepherd, Producer, Writer

2019 Pluto under exclusive license to Ninja Tune. 2019 Pluto under exclusive license to Ninja Tune.

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Coorabell 00:06:04

Floating Points, MainArtist - BMG, MusicPublisher - Sam Shepherd, Producer, Writer

2019 Pluto under exclusive license to Ninja Tune. 2019 Pluto under exclusive license to Ninja Tune.

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