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Blood // Sugar // Secs // Traffic

The Gotobeds

2016

Album


Blood // Sugar // Secs // Traffic

The Gotobeds

Released: 10/06/2016

Genre: Alternative

℗ 2016 Sub Pop Records



  • 3:28
    Explicit Lyrics

    Real Maths/Too Much

  • 2:39
    Explicit Lyrics

    "Bodies"

  • 3:30
    Explicit Lyrics

    Brass Not Rash

  • 4:42
    Explicit Lyrics

    Rope

  • 2:03
    Explicit Lyrics

    Why'd You?

  • 3:48
    Explicit Lyrics

    Red Alphabet

  • 2:32
    Explicit Lyrics

    Cold Gold (LA's Alright)

  • 3:00
    Explicit Lyrics

    Crisis Time

  • 1:34
    Explicit Lyrics

    Manifest

  • 4:28
    Explicit Lyrics

    Glass House

  • 6:27
    Explicit Lyrics

    Amazing Supermarkets

11 songs, 38:11 total time, 85.66 MB

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