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Modulate (Radio Edit)
00:03:46

We Have Band, Performer - Tom Wegg-Prosser, Composer - Darren Bancroft, Composer - Dede Wegg-Prosser, Composer

2014 We Have Band Records/naïve

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Modulate (Tim Goldsworthy extended mix)
00:07:34

We Have Band, Performer - Tom Wegg-Prosser, Composer - Darren Bancroft, Composer - Dede Wegg-Prosser, Composer

2014 We Have Band Records/naïve

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Modulate (The Penelopes Remix)
00:04:52

We Have Band, Performer - Tom Wegg-Prosser, Composer - Darren Bancroft, Composer - Dede Wegg-Prosser, Composer

2014 We Have Band Records/naïve

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Modulate (San Zhi Remix)
00:04:48

We Have Band, Performer - Tom Wegg-Prosser, Composer - Darren Bancroft, Composer - Dede Wegg-Prosser, Composer

2014 We Have Band Records/naïve

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