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Our Solar System

Our Solar System

Album by Half Japanese
Our Solar System is an album by the rock group Half Japanese, released in 1984 by Iridescence. It was reissued by Drag City in 2000.Wikipedia
GenreIndie Rock, Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock, American Underground, Experimental Rock, Post-Punk
Release Date1984
ArtistHalf Japanese
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Tracklist

  • 1Dance When I Say DanceHalf Japanese1:47
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  • 2Girl AthletesHalf Japanese2:11
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  • 3Because I Love YouHalf Japanese2:15
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  • 4Danger Danger Rachel LangHalf Japanese0:58
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  • 5E.S.P.Half Japanese3:30
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  • 6Classical MusicHalf Japanese0:38
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  • 7You're Gonna Miss MeHalf Japanese4:39
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  • 8Little Girls Have to Be Home EarlyHalf Japanese1:02
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  • 9Too Much AdrenalineHalf Japanese1:31
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  • 10Fire to BurnHalf Japanese2:33
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  • 11RhondaHalf Japanese0:30
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  • 12Electricity RespectHalf Japanese2:54
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  • 13Knocked Down on the Dance FloorHalf Japanese1:21
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  • 14European SonHalf Japanese2:52
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  • 15There's a GirlHalf Japanese0:51
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  • 16In the Hall of the Mountain King/Louie LouieHalf Japanese3:23
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  • 17Young Hearts BreakHalf Japanese1:41
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  • 18Did You Miss Me?Half Japanese2:32
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  • 19Thing With a HookHalf Japanese2:53
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