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We Care a Lot (Deluxe Band Edition) [Remastered]

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We Care a Lot
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The Jungle
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Mark Bowen
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Jim
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Why Do You Bother
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Greed
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Pills for Breakfast
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As the Worm Turns
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Arabian Disco
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New Beginnings
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We Care a Lot (2016 Mix)
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Pill for Breakfast (2016 Mix)
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Pill for Breakfast (2016 Mix)
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Greed (Demo)
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Mark Bowen (Demo)
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Arabian Disco (Demo)
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Intro (Demo)
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The Jungle (Live at I-Beam SF, 1986)
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New Beginnings (Live at I-Beam SF, 1986)
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Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 63:10

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