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Alpine Decline - Personal History video

Don't be put off by the Chinese advertisement at the beginning — the song is in English. This is a track by the American band Alpine Decline, who have relocated to Beijing, from their 2013 album Night of the Long Knives.

by Jon Davis, Published 2013-12-04


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