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The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators

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You're Gonna Miss Me (Mono LP Version)
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Roller Coaster (Mono LP Version)
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Splash 1 (Mono LP Version)
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Reverberation (Mono LP Version)
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Don't Fall Down (Mono LP Version)
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Fire Engine (Mono LP Version)
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Thru the Rhythm (Mono LP Version)
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You Don't Know (Mono LP Version)
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Kingdom of Heaven (Mono LP Version)
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Monkey Island (Mono LP Version)
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Tried to Hide (Mono LP Version)
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You Don't Know (Stereo LP Version)
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Thru the Rhythm (Stereo LP Version)
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Monkey Island (Stereo LP Version)
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Roller Coaster (Stereo LP Version)
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Fire Engine (Stereo LP Version)
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Reverberation - Doubt
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Tried to Hide (Stereo LP Version)
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You're Gonna Miss Me (Stereo LP Version)
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Splash 1 (Stereo LP Version)
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Don't Fall Down (Stereo LP Version)
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Kingdom of Heaven (Is Within You) [Stereo LP Version]
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Fire Engine (Original Stereo Desk Mix)
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Monkey Island (Original Stereo Desk Mix)
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Roller Coaster (Original Stereo Desk Mix)
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Thru the Rhythm (Original Stereo Desk Mix)
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Tried to Hide (Original Stereo Desk Mix)
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