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Go Home Drama You're Drunk and Other Tales of Going Through Hell to Escape the Evil Monkeys

A Halo Called Fred

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1.1
Go See a Halo Called Fred
A Halo Called Fred
1:04
1.2
Zero Fucks  EXPLICIT
A Halo Called Fred
3:11
1.3
If You're Going Through Hell, Keep Going
A Halo Called Fred
2:52
1.4
It's That Kind of Party
A Halo Called Fred
2:41
1.5
This Song is a Time Machine
A Halo Called Fred
2:46
1.6
Your Circus. Your Monkeys.
A Halo Called Fred
0:31
1.7
Not My Circus, Not My Monkey
A Halo Called Fred
2:03
1.8
Out of Respect for the Bronies
A Halo Called Fred
3:31
1.9
Go Home Drama, You're Drunk  EXPLICIT
A Halo Called Fred
2:54
1.10
The Essence of Comedy (2019)
A Halo Called Fred
2:55
1.11
Zero Whistles (Live on Wrsu Radio, Overnight Sensations)
A Halo Called Fred
3:17
A Little Bit Free  
1.12
a Fascism Litmus Test (feat. John S. Hall, A Halo Called Fred)  EXPLICIT
Fred Missile; John S. Hall; A Halo Called Fred
2:55
1.13
Utz Utz Utz
A Halo Called Fred
2:20
Total Playing Time    33:00
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