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Tracklist

Chujowa Piosenka 1:57
2012 1:42
Tylko Ty 2:13
Szczecin 1:54
Wszystko Co Stałe 1:27
Struktura 1:12
Tonący Statek Milości 3:02
Publiczne Pieniądze 2:15

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BIEDA16 Pustostany 2012 ‎(Cass, MiniAlbum, Ltd, C-2) Oficyna Biedota BIEDA16 Poland 2012
SRR-41, POUeT 12 Pustostany 2012 ‎(12", MiniAlbum) Sweet Rot Records, POUeT! Schallplatten SRR-41, POUeT 12 France 2017


Pustostany - 2012 FLAC album

Musician performer: Pustostany

Title: 2012

Country: Poland

Date of release: 2012

Style: Punk, Lo-Fi, Post-Punk, Indie Rock

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1882 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 648

Other Formats: DTS AA MPC APE AUD TTA MP4

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