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Under Heavy Manners: The Best Of Dillinger

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Cocaine In My Brain
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Cup Of Tea
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African Roots, Rock Reggae
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Blackboard Jungle
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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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Cayamanas Park
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LSD
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Three Piece Suit and Thing
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Tickle Me Girl
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Answer Me Question
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Marijuana In My Brain
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Africa, We Want To Go
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Smiling Faces
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Don't Take Another Man's Life
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Natty Kung Fu
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CB 2000
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 60:13

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Dillinger?

adeorjan

Is it Cocaine or coca cola? Hearing the non-original recording of this first track unfortunately put me off listening to the others.

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Re-recording makes me sad

Mr.Coldcuts

I am not deeply familiar with Dillinger, but I am sure that (at the very least) the version of Cocaine in my Brain on this record is not the original version. It's ok, and I venture that if you never heard the original you'll think this one is just fine. Still, it's not the original, and that saddens me.

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