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Jefferson Airwave - Where Service Is State Of The Art FLAC album

Performer: Jefferson Airwave
Genre: Electronic
Title: Where Service Is State Of The Art
Released: 2016
Style: Vaporwave
FLAC version ZIP size: 1983 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1520 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1688 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 699

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A1 Intro 1:07
A2 Tango-Crae 3:16
A3 Cookin Aesthetics 1:44
A4 Make It Rite 2:55
A5 No Sleep No Eat 1:21
A6 Vaporsurf 1:18
A7 Charlotte 3:49
A8 願い 2:01
A9 Honda Pop 1:59
B1 Take My Heart 3:45
B2 Rebellion In The Workplace 0:50
B3 Don't Ever Let Me Go 2:02
B4 Reagan-Impala 4:20
B5 Mission Hillwave 1:39
B6 Elizabethan Wave 2:01
B7 Shake 1:53
B8 Blockbuster By Night 2:19
B9 Outro 0:24


Tracks rendered on release as:
A1 Intro
A3 C O O K I N A E S T H E T I C S
A5 no_sleep_no_eat
A6 V A P O R S U R F
A7 Charlotte
A8 願い
A9 Honda Pop
B1 T 8 K E M Y H E A R T
B2 Rebellion In The Workplace
B3 Don't Ever Let Me Go
B5 m_i_s_s_i_o_n_h_i_l_l_w_a_v_e
B6 Elizabethan Wave
B7 S H 8 K E
B8 Blockbuster By Night
B9 Outro