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Wowee Zowee

Wowee Zowee

Album by Pavement
Wowee Zowee: Sordid Sentinels Edition is a compilation album by Pavement released on November 7, 2006.Wikipedia
GenreIndie Rock, Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock, Lo-Fi, Noise Pop
ArtistPavement (band)
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Tracklist

  • 1We DancePavement (band)3:01
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  • 2Rattled by the RushPavement (band)4:16
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  • 3Black OutPavement (band)2:10
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  • 4Brinx JobPavement (band)1:31
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  • 5GroundedPavement (band)4:14
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  • 6Serpentine PadPavement (band)1:16
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  • 7Motion SuggestsPavement (band)3:15
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  • 8Father to a Sister of ThoughtPavement (band)3:30
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  • 9ExtraditionPavement (band)2:12
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  • 10Best Friends ArmPavement (band)2:19
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  • 11Grave ArchitecturePavement (band)4:16
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  • 12AT & TPavement (band)3:32
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  • 13Flux = RadPavement (band)1:45
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  • 14Fight This GenerationPavement (band)4:22
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  • 15Kennel DistrictPavement (band)2:59
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  • 16PuebloPavement (band)3:25
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  • 17Half a CanyonPavement (band)6:10
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  • 18Western HomesPavement (band)1:49
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