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June 8, 2018
℗ 2018 Rough Trade Records Ltd.
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Babelsberg is the fifth studio album by Welsh musician Gruff Rhys. It was released in June 2018 under Rough Trade Records.
Album art illustration by Uno Moralez.
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Take That Call
Drones in the City
Same Old Song
Architecture of Amnesia
Selfies in the Sunset
June 8, 2018
℗ 2018 Rough Trade Records Ltd.
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