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Sleep It Off

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What's A Girl To Do
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Ticket To The Tropics
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The Lie Of Love
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Quicksand Lovers
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Rage & Fascination
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Ballad Of Immoral Earnings
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She Can't Say That Anymore
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Blue Money
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Don't Mutilate My Mink
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He Dines Out On Death
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Smile
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Deb Behind Bars
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Things Fall Apart
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When U Were Mine
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Deb Behind Bars (Alternate Version)
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You Rented A Space
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 60:43

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Wow

Rhinehart

This is a new wave gem, I'm sooo pleased I found it here. The tracks “He Dines Out On Death” and “Deb Behind Bars” took me by surprise. Excellent!

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Madonna

spabo

Madonna we love you

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I like it but leave Madonna the F**k alone

Musync

Come on if Cristina had half the business talent that madge had she would have taken her damn tape to Mr Seymour Stein like Madge did. It was all meant to be. We can enjoy Cristina here on eMusic as it was meant to be! Stop putting Madonna down already! I am enjoying this though.

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Classic post Disco

drextaar

Emusic have delivered by signing another fantastic record label. Get everything off Ze including this seminal classic.

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The second LP of a career cut too short.

Godozo

Cristina goes new-wave and funk. Every cut here worth getting (at least of the original LP, some of the extra stuff is more for documentary purposes). Sadly she became the victim of an envious backbiter who commented snarklily on her good looks getting her recorded, and she "retired." Who knows...maybe we wouldn't have needed Madonna had Cristina kept up and gotten some smarter support. Still, we have this and Doll In The Box as a reminder of what could have been.

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