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Stupid Dream

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1
Even Less
00:07:11

Porcupine Tree, MainArtist

Kscope Kscope

2
Piano Lessons
00:04:22

Porcupine Tree, MainArtist

Kscope Kscope

3
Stupid Dream
00:00:28

Porcupine Tree, MainArtist

Kscope Kscope

4
Pure Narcotic
00:05:02

Porcupine Tree, MainArtist

Kscope Kscope

5
Slave Called Shiver
00:04:41

Porcupine Tree, MainArtist

Kscope Kscope

6
Don`t Hate Me
00:08:30

Porcupine Tree, MainArtist

Kscope Kscope

7
This Is No Rehearsal
00:03:27

Porcupine Tree, MainArtist

Kscope Kscope

8
Baby Dream In Cellophane
00:03:13

Porcupine Tree, MainArtist

Kscope Kscope

9
Stranger By The Minute
00:04:30

Porcupine Tree, MainArtist

Kscope Kscope

10
A Smart Kid
00:05:21

Porcupine Tree, MainArtist

Kscope Kscope

11
Tinto Brass
00:06:18

Porcupine Tree, MainArtist

Kscope Kscope

12
Stop Swimming
00:06:54

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Kscope Kscope

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