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This Car Needs Some Wheels

josh pan, Dylan Brady

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Wheels
00:03:04

josh pan, Vocals, MainArtist - Dylan Brady, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2019 OWSLA ℗ 2019 OWSLA

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My Own Behavior
00:02:23

josh pan, Vocals, MainArtist - Dylan Brady, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2019 OWSLA ℗ 2019 OWSLA

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The Whistle
00:02:26

josh pan, Vocals, MainArtist - Dylan Brady, Vocals, MainArtist

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Many Moons
00:02:55

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© 2019 OWSLA ℗ 2019 OWSLA

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Past Lives
00:03:12

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Supersonic
00:02:17

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© 2019 OWSLA ℗ 2019 OWSLA

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Revolution
00:02:26

josh pan, Vocals, MainArtist - Dylan Brady, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2019 OWSLA ℗ 2019 OWSLA

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Devil By My Side
00:03:35

josh pan, Vocals, MainArtist - Dylan Brady, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2019 OWSLA ℗ 2019 OWSLA

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Brain (feat. Lewis Grant)
00:04:05

josh pan, Vocals, MainArtist - Dylan Brady, Vocals, MainArtist - Lewis Grant, FeaturedArtist

© 2019 OWSLA ℗ 2019 OWSLA

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Ready To Go
00:02:27

josh pan, Vocals, MainArtist - Dylan Brady, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2019 OWSLA ℗ 2019 OWSLA

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Save The World (feat. Lewis Grant)
00:04:34

josh pan, Vocals, MainArtist - Dylan Brady, Vocals, MainArtist - Lewis Grant, FeaturedArtist

© 2019 OWSLA ℗ 2019 OWSLA

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