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Turning On

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Can't Stay Awake
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Old Street
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You Are Opening
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Turning On
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Hey Cool Kid
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Water Turns Back
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Whaddya Wanna Know
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Real Thing
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Strummin
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My Little Raygun
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I Am Rooftop
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Morgan
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Another Man
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 42:47

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2old2pogo

Some good catchy songs but spoilt by poor production.

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