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Super Critical (Track by Track Commentary)

The Ting Tings

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Super Critical (Track by Track Commentary)

The Ting Tings

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1
Super Critical (Track Commentary)
00:00:59

Katie White, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

2
Super Critical
00:03:32

Katie White, Composer - Andy Taylor, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

3
Daughter (Track Commentary)
00:00:51

Katie White, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

4
Daughter
00:03:15

Katie White, Composer - Andy Taylor, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

5
Do It Again (Track Commentary)
00:01:26

Katie White, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

6
Do It Again
00:03:53

Katie White, Composer - Andy Taylor, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

7
Wrong Club (Track Commentary)
00:01:37

Katie White, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

8
Wrong Club Explicit
00:04:17

Katie White, Composer - Andy Taylor, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

9
Wabi Sabi (Track Commentary)
00:01:05

Katie White, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

10
Wabi Sabi
00:03:31

Katie White, Composer - Andy Taylor, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

11
Only Love (Track Commentary)
00:01:06

Katie White, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

12
Only Love
00:03:11

Katie White, Composer - Andy Taylor, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

13
Communication (Track Commentary)
00:01:18

Katie White, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

14
Communication
00:03:35

Katie White, Composer - Andy Taylor, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

15
Green Poison (Track Commentary)
00:00:40

Katie White, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

16
Green Poison
00:03:50

Katie White, Composer - Andy Taylor, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

17
Failure (Track Commentary)
00:01:36

Katie White, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

18
Failure
00:02:38

Katie White, Composer - Andy Taylor, Composer - The Ting Tings, MainArtist - Jules De Martino, Composer

2014 Finca Records 2014 Finca Records

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