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Too True

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Cult of Love
00:02:14

Dum Dum Girls, MainArtist

2014 Sub Pop Records 2014 Sub Pop Records

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Evil Blooms
00:02:35

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2014 Sub Pop Records 2014 Sub Pop Records

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Rimbaud Eyes
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2014 Sub Pop Records 2014 Sub Pop Records

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Are You OK?
00:02:50

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2014 Sub Pop Records 2014 Sub Pop Records

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Too True to Be Good
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2014 Sub Pop Records 2014 Sub Pop Records

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In the Wake of You
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2014 Sub Pop Records 2014 Sub Pop Records

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Lost Boys and Girls Club
00:03:24

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2014 Sub Pop Records 2014 Sub Pop Records

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Little Minx
00:02:29

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2014 Sub Pop Records 2014 Sub Pop Records

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Under These Hands
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2014 Sub Pop Records 2014 Sub Pop Records

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Trouble Is My Name
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2014 Sub Pop Records 2014 Sub Pop Records

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