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Sigur Rós

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen: Kem Ég Enn Af Köldum Heiđum (6:18)
2. Steindór Andersen: Til Ei Lćtur Tíđin Mér (1:00)
3. Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen: Fjöll Í Austri Fagurblá (6:00)
4. Steindór Andersen: Slćr Á Hafiđ Himinnblć (1:28)
5. Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen: Hugann Seiđa Svalli Frá (6:02)
6. Sigurđur Sigurđarson & Steindór Andersen: Lćkurinn (5:49)

Line-up / Musicians

Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen

Releases information

Krúnk - Tour CD. Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen.

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