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Courtney Barnett

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Courtney Barnett

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Depreston 00:05:19

Courtney Barnett, MainArtist - Callum Barter, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

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Sunday Roast 00:06:05

Courtney Barnett, MainArtist - Callum Barter, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

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Charcoal Lane (feat. Paul Kelly) 00:05:05

Paul Kelly, FeaturedArtist - Courtney Barnett, MainArtist - Callum Barter, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

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Avant Gardener 00:05:34

Courtney Barnett, MainArtist - Callum Barter, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

2019 Marathon Artists Under Exclusive License to Mom+Pop 2019 Marathon Artists Under Exclusive License to Mom+Pop

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Nameless Faceless (feat. Evelyn Ida Morris) 00:04:59

Courtney Barnett, MainArtist - Callum Barter, Producer, Mixer, Engineer - Evelyn Ida Morris, FeaturedArtist

2019 Marathon Artists Under Exclusive License to Mom+Pop 2019 Marathon Artists Under Exclusive License to Mom+Pop

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Untitled (Play It On Repeat) 00:05:42

Courtney Barnett, MainArtist - Callum Barter, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

2019 Marathon Artists Under Exclusive License to Mom+Pop 2019 Marathon Artists Under Exclusive License to Mom+Pop

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Not Only I (feat. Marlon Williams) 00:04:02

Marlon Williams, FeaturedArtist - Courtney Barnett, MainArtist - Callum Barter, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

2019 Marathon Artists Under Exclusive License to Mom+Pop 2019 Marathon Artists Under Exclusive License to Mom+Pop

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So Long, Marianne 00:06:35

Courtney Barnett, MainArtist - Callum Barter, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

2019 Marathon Artists Under Exclusive License to Mom+Pop 2019 Marathon Artists Under Exclusive License to Mom+Pop

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