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    Trouble Books - Concatenating Fields (MIE Music)

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    Keith Freund and Linda Lejsovka have been recording under the Trouble Books name for the past four years.

  • Fluid Radio

    Conclusively, as much as you might lust about it, as attraction gives to many men and women humanistically; as much you might get infatuated with it, as is conditioned to women and men temporarily, you’ll grow to love “Concantenating Fields”, for a long time to come.

  • Elton V.

    Trouble Books - "Concatenating Fields" (dream pop)

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