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dont smile at me (EP)

Billie Eilish

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1.1
COPYCAT
Billie Eilish
3:14
1.2
idontwannabeyouanymore
Billie Eilish
3:23
1.3
my boy
Billie Eilish
2:50
1.4
watch
Billie Eilish
2:58
1.5
party favor
Billie Eilish
3:24
1.6
bellyache
Billie Eilish
2:59
1.7
ocean eyes
Billie Eilish
3:20
1.8
hostage
Billie Eilish
3:49
1.9
&burn; (feat. Vince Staples)
Billie Eilish; Vince Staples
2:59
Total Playing Time    28:56
- Billboard Top Alternative Albums - #1 (2017)

"A fusion of multiple genres, sounds and styles, these nine tracks capture the young singer's undeniably engaging perspective and personality. We hear the honest confessions of a teenager who has known heartbreak, self-loathing and love. Don't Smile at Me is dreamy and depressing, enchanting and haunting. And it warrants both praise and caution."
- PluggedIn

Don't Smile at Me is the 2017 debut EP by American singer Billie Eilish, released through Interscope Records. It contains several of her previously released singles, including "Ocean Eyes", "Bellyache", "Watch", "Copycat", "Idontwannabeyouanymore", and "My Boy".
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Darkroom Studio Masters

Track 9 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit

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