Hello Hawk

Superchunk

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MRG159 | Release Date July 6, 1999

Sparkling string-driven single from the Jim O'Rourke-produced Come Pick Me Up features great non-lp b-sides and acoustic versions.

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play Hello Hawk 04:03 $0.99 Buy
Play Sexy Ankles 02:54 $0.99 Buy
Play Low Branches (acoustic) 03:47 $0.99 Buy
Play Pink Clouds (acoustic) 03:06 $0.99 Buy
Play Cursed Mirror (acoustic) 03:14 $0.99 Buy

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