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Your Side of Our Story

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Intro
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Servo
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Nailing Honey to the Bee
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This is Why You Love Me
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David Bowie I Love You (Since I Was Six)
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Nothing to Lose
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Whoever You Are
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Satellite
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Johnny Marr is Dead
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Somewhere
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Jennifer
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Who?
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Swallowtail
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It Girl
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Telegram
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Here it Comes
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Outro
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Feel So Good
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Prozac vs Heroin
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 61:36

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solid

dannyd1976

these recordings are about 6 or 7 years old (circa 2003 i believe), i think they recorded it with the intention of releasing it as an intro to the band in S america or something? anyway, at the time, it was posted on BJM's website, but the sound quality was a lot better - it's like they purposely put it through some sort of effect to make it sound even more 'demo-y'? still worth a download though, good versions of some classics, as well as a few songs you can't get elsewhere (johnny marr, somewhere, swallowtail, feel so good, nailing honey).

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Not The "Same" Tracks

Optical-Sewer

Despite the horrendous quality of this download--and iTunes is no better--, this might be one of the most satisfying BJM experiences. Yes, these songs appear on several different albums, but the cuts here sound like demos. They are filled with satisfying style and sound differences which will strike the ears of BJM veterans. (If you can, pirate this off the internet.)

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sooooo....,

Dprice

Sooooo if I want this stuff I will just go jam Tepid Peppermint Wonderland as opposed to buying another album. Come on Anton

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