Blitzen Trapper - Masonic Temple Microdose #1

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Blitzen Trapper - Holy Smokes Future Jokes (Yep Roc Records)
Blitzen Trapper - Masonic Temple Microdose #1
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Today's Song of the Day is "Masonic Temple Microdose #1" from Blitzen Trapper's new record, Holy Smokes Future Jokes, out September 11th.

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