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Encore Du Pain

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I Don't Know What To Do With My Life
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Love You More
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Autonomy
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Orgasm Addict
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Promises
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When Love Turns Around
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Ever Fallen In Love...? (With Someone You Shouldn't Have Fallen In Love With)
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What Do I Get?
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Oh Shit!
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Fast Cars
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 27:29

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This disc collects only the encores from a 1995 show released as The French - great idea! All live albums should consist only of encores!

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