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first ya gotta Shake the Gate

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Disc 1 of 3
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Baby Like Fonkin' it Up
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Get Low
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If I Didn't Love You
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Fucked Up
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Ain't That Funkin' Kinda Hard on You?
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I Mo B Yodog Fo Eva
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In Da Kar
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Radio Friendly
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Mathematics of Love
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Creases
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Not Your Average Rapper
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first ya gotta Shake the Gate
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Roller Rink
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Jolene
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Nuclear Dog Part II
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Dirty Queen
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You Can't Unring the Bell
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Old Fool
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Pole Power
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Boom There We go Again
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As In
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Bernadette
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Meow Meow
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Disc 3 of 3
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Catchin' Boogie Fever
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The Naz
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Talking to the Wall
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Where Would I Go?
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Yesterdejavu
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Zip It
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The Wall
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Snot n' Booger
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Yellow Light
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Dipety Dipety Doo Stop the Violence
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