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Making Mirrors [Vinyl]

Making Mirrors [Vinyl]

Artist: Gotye

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Making Mirrors [Vinyl]
Making Mirrors [Vinyl]

Artist: Gotye
MP3
1. Making Mirrors
$1.29
2. Easy Way Out
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3. Somebody That I Used To Know
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4. Eyes Wide Open
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5. Smoke And Mirrors
$1.29
6. I Feel Better
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7. In Your Light
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8. State Of The Art
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9. Don’t Worry, We’ll Be Watching You
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10. Giving Me A Chance
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11. Save Me
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12. Bronte
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DETAILS
Format: Vinyl
Label: Umgd/Universal Records
Rel. Date: 01/31/2012
UPC: 602527930305

More Info:

Double vinyl LP pressing. 2012 release from Belgian-Aussie artist Wally de Backer AKA Gotye. If you like your music original, interesting, with killer hooks and an arty slant then this is for you. Standout track, 'Someone That I Used to Know' has just become the biggest selling Australian record since Savage Garden's 'Truly Madly Deeply' in 1995. You won't regret this album, you'll wear it out.

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