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Why not use a mathematical formula for a song title?

"2 A cos(π/2)" is the title of this track from Astolfo sulla Luna's full-length debut, which is called Ψ², presumably because they wouldn't want just anyone typing their titles.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-01-14


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