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Free the Robots - Free The Robots (Japan CD)



Free the Robots
Free the Robots - Free The Robots
(CD) Easel Records Japan EASLI0013, 2008-06-14

Free the Robots
Free the Robots - Free The Robots
(CD) Easel Records Japan EASLI0013, 2008-06-14

Tracklisting:
01. Listen to the Future
02. Diary
03. Jazzhole
04. Yoga Fire
05. Lonely Traveler
06. Session 2
07. Wake up or Die (feat. the Gaslamp Killer)
08. War Games
09. Unknown
10. Ghana
11. Times Like This (feat. Phil Nisco)

Links:
myspace.com/freetherobots
twitter.com/freetherobots
robotfreedom.blogspot.com
thisisthecrosby.blogspot.com
easelmusic.jp/freetherobots.html

Info :
After a solid year in the United States of America, Japan will release their version of the, "Free the Robots EP," on June 14th, under Easel Music (Eastern Developments)! this one with extra extra love and sci-fi wasabi because it will feature 1 b-sides track, and 4 rare, previously released, compilation tracks. They're 2,580 Yen! imports will be available in the U.S. but suuuper ass rare!
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