Leyendecker

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  • This is an instrumental that's heavily dominated by the drums. According to an interview with the band in the German newspaper Die Zeit, the name of this song comes from the "Leyendecker Street" subway station in Cologne, Germany. Drummer John Stanier's girlfriend lived there for a long time. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Martin - Rostock, Germany

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