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The Best Of Canned Heat

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On the Road Again
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Lets Work Together
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Amphetamine Annie
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She's Looking Good
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House Of Blue Lights
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Chicken Shack Boogie
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Just Got To Be There
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You Just Got To Rock
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So Long
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Hells On Down The Line
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Hot Money
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Wrapped Up
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Going Up The Country
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Refried Hockey Boogie
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 73:58

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Another Fake

waynecs_98

No Hite or Wilson on these lame remakes...avoid.

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