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1
It's a Shame, It's a Pity
00:02:43

The Moondoggies, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

2
Tidelands
00:03:17

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© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

3
What Took So Long
00:05:48

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© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

4
Uncertain
00:05:13

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© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

5
Empress of the North
00:03:48

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6
Lead Me On
00:03:53

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7
Down the Well
00:05:35

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© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

8
Can't be in the Middle
00:03:30

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© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

9
We Can't all be Blessed
00:05:16

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© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

10
A Lot of People on my Mind
00:03:11

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© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

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