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Celebration Rock

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The Nights of Wine and Roses
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Fire's Highway
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Evil's Sway
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For the Love of Ivy
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Adrenaline Nightshift
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Younger Us
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The House That Heaven Built
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Continuous Thunder
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 35:13

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