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Tom Mathisen

Available in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats

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1
Rokko Rokko
Tom Mathisen
3:05
2
Rift, Raft Og Balder
Tom Mathisen
2:48
3
Den Koselige Gratten
Tom Mathisen
3:03
4
St Baskus Dag
Tom Mathisen
2:47
5
Havrearv
Tom Mathisen
3:00
6
Bauder Haugst Dag
Tom Mathisen
3:26
7
Santa Pasta Minne
Tom Mathisen
3:50
8
Sikkelhoven
Tom Mathisen
4:43
9
Krokodilla Life
Tom Mathisen
5:08
10
Jaks Kaks Og Dei Andre
Tom Mathisen
3:29
11
Tørre Bandasjen
Tom Mathisen
4:34
12
Salt Peters Dag
Tom Mathisen
5:32
13
Luriadagen
Tom Mathisen
5:22
14
Stinn
Tom Mathisen
4:09
15
Hei Hei Hei
Tom Mathisen
4:17
16
Ruskeraskedager
Tom Mathisen
4:08
17
When You Fish Upon a Star
Tom Mathisen
5:00
18
Trafse, Trafse
Tom Mathisen
4:13
19
Tarodeldadeldei
Tom Mathisen
3:48
20
Lalalalala
Tom Mathisen
4:01
21
Everyone Is Climbing
Tom Mathisen
4:32
22
Kose Kose I Hampa
Tom Mathisen
5:33
23
Stang-Cilla
Tom Mathisen
4:58
24
Rararararaateberg Missen
Tom Mathisen
6:02
Total Playing Time    1:41:28
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lydmuren Studio Masters

Tracks 1-24 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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