PM's tracklist vol. 2

PM's tracklist vol. 2

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In the midst of the smog and air pollution updates that have shrouded your news feed lately, you may have missed the recent release of PM Prayut Chan-o-cha's latest single titled In Memory. This is the seventh addition to his repertoire following Return Happiness To Thailand (Jun 2014), Because You're Thailand (Dec 2015), Hope & Faith (Oct 2016), Bridge (Dec 2017), Diamond Heart (Feb 2018) and Fight For The Land (Apr 2018).

Since I'm a fan, I would like to present Uncle Tu a suggested track list of his inevitable first studio album that should be called either Four Years and Counting or 29. Enjoy!

P.S. Some songs may contain explicit language and angry words.

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1. (Election) Promises ft. Calvin Harris & Sam Smith EXPLICIT

2. You've Got a Friend (with Flippant Mouth) ft. Uncle Pom EXPLICIT

3. Look What You Made Me Do, Damn You Reporters! EXPLICIT

4. Uh-huh...Yes...Uh-huh...Yes ft. Theresa May

5. If Election Never Comes EXPLICIT

6. Another One Bites The (PM2.5) Dust

7. Million Reasons (to Buy More Tanks) EXPLICIT

8. 500-baht Magic ft. Bruno Mars

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Pornchai Sereemongkonpol

Guru section Editor

Guru section Editor

Email : pornchais@bangkokpost.co.th


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