Slow Children

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Slow Children was an American new wave pop group from the early 1980s. Their three most popular songs were "President Am I", "Spring in Fialta" and "Vanessa Vacillating". The two primary performers were Pal Shazar and Andrew Chinich.




  • "Staring At The Ceiling" (1981)

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An excerpt from Staring At The Ceiling taken from the Slow Children album

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