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Joe McKee - Burning Boy Album
Joe McKee - Burning Boy Album
Performer: Joe McKee
Title: Burning Boy
Label: Dot Dash
Country: Australia
Released: 22 May 2012
Style: Indie Rock
Cat: DASH022CD
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1182 mb | MP3 size: 2918 mb | WMA size: 1436 mb
Genre: Rock

1The Garden4:42
2Golden Guilt5:13
3An Unborn Spark3:47
4Flightless Bird3:41
5Blue Valeria2:43
6A Double Life4:48
7Lunar Sea4:48
8An Open Mine3:44
9Darling Hills4:08
10Burning Boy5:05


Solo album from member of Perth (Australia) band Snowman


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