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The Polyphonic Spree - “You Don’t Know Me” (stream)

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Thursday, Feb 28, 2013
by PopMatters Staff
The Polyphonic Spree's new album' 'Yes, It’s True', releases 28 May via Good Records.



  
TRACK LIST
01. You Don’t Know Me
02. Popular By Design
03. Hold Yourself Up
04. Carefully Try
05. You’re Golden
06. Heart Talk
07. Blurry Up the Lines
08. Let Them Be
09. Raise Your Head
10. What Would You Do?
11. Battlefield

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