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Album: You're the One - EP

Artist: Charli XCX

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 IAMSOUND Records

Tracklist For You're the One - EP By Artist Charli XCX

Title Artist Time
1
You're the One Charli XCX 3:17 USD 0.99
2
You're the One (Blood Orange R Charli XCX 4:15 USD 0.99
3
Nuclear Seasons Charli XCX 3:46 USD 0.99
4
Nuclear Seasons (Balam Acab Re Charli XCX 4:46 USD 0.99

Reviews For You're the One - EP By Artist Charli XCX

  • Greatest British singer

    5
    By Phoenix 101 xcx
    Charlotte Emma aitchison (charli xcx) is like the greatest british singer ever. Most of her songs have bad words in it but she is so great I superlove her songs.
  • LOVE LOVE LOVE

    5
    By MusicObsessionLover
    OBSESSED! 😍😍😍👌
  • COOL

    5
    By GameLoveLP
    COOL Charli You re Amazing Girls :)
  • PERFECT

    5
    By Ivan Bocanegra
    Only the beginning of an amazing artist's career
  • !FRANCHESKAAR!

    5
    By -Lo'
    they should make 'charli xcx - francheskaar' available for purchase. so talented
  • Good song

    5
    By D.S.R..
    I really liked this song. Recommend it for everyone, first heard it in the recent gossip girl episode✨
  • Beautiful

    5
    By El TigreLoco
    Please make more music!
  • Amazing

    5
    By grom751
    Simply amazing !!!!!
  • AMAZING!!!

    5
    By miriam.a
    Saw her opening for Coldplay August 8th, love her!
  • She's amazing!

    5
    By Dr Gho Nadzu
    I found Charli XCX by accident while I was listening to Azealia Banks on pitchfork; I saw the cover for Nuclear Seasons and thought it looked cool so I clicked on it. The song was so awesome, it totally went beast all over my face so hard I had to put my detective coat on and get Columbo on google to find anything else by her that I could. Now she's one of my favorite artists out there, I love basically everything she does. This song is most triumphant like all her stuff. Seriously, if you can listen to her and not love her then you're either a black-hearted malcontent or you don't like dark synth-pop.

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