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LA DIVINE

Cold War Kids

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1
Love Is Mystical
Cold War Kids
3:34
2
Can We Hang On ?
Cold War Kids
3:43
3
So Tied Up
Cold War Kids
3:10
4
Restless
Cold War Kids
4:53
5
LA River
Cold War Kids
1:08
6
No Reason To Run
Cold War Kids
3:13
7
Open Up The Heavens
Cold War Kids
3:38
8
Invincible
Cold War Kids
4:30
9
Wilshire Protest
Cold War Kids
1:22
10
Luck Down
Cold War Kids
2:43
11
Ordinary Idols
Cold War Kids
3:31
12
Cameras Always On
Cold War Kids
0:36
13
Part Of The Night
Cold War Kids
4:01
14
Free To Breathe
Cold War Kids
3:20
Total Playing Time    43:22
LA DIVINE from Southern California indie rock band Cold War Kids is the follow-up to 2014's Hold My Home, a top 10 alternative hit. With this album the group welcomes lead guitarist David Quon (We Barbarians), replacing Dann Gallucci.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – CWKTWO Studio Masters

Tracks 5, 9, 12 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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