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1
Eyes Be Closed
00:04:47

Washed Out, Composer, MainArtist

© 2011 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2011 Sub Pop Records

2
Echoes
00:04:08

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© 2011 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2011 Sub Pop Records

3
Amor Fati
00:04:25

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© 2011 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2011 Sub Pop Records

4
Soft
00:05:31

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© 2011 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2011 Sub Pop Records

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Far Away
00:04:00

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© 2011 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2011 Sub Pop Records

6
Before
00:04:46

Washed Out, Composer, MainArtist

© 2011 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2011 Sub Pop Records

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You and I
00:05:13

Washed Out, Composer, MainArtist

© 2011 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2011 Sub Pop Records

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Within and Without
00:03:32

Washed Out, Composer, MainArtist

© 2011 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2011 Sub Pop Records

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A Dedication
00:04:19

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© 2011 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2011 Sub Pop Records

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