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A Cross The Universe

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01
Intro
0:38
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02
Genesis
7:19
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Phantom Part 1
2:50
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Phantom Part 1.5
4:45
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D.A.N.C.E
2:44
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D.A.N.C.E Part 2
2:39
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DVNO
2:58
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08
Waters Of Nazareth (Prelude)
2:14
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09
One Minute To Midnight
3:52
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TTHHEE PPAARRTTYY [Live]
2:46
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Let There Be Lite
3:25
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12
Stress
7:38
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13
We Are Your Friends (Reprise)
3:42
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Waters Of Nazareth
6:46
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Phantom Part 2
9:54
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Encore
1:07  
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NY Excuse
6:13  
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Final
2:55  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 74:25

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Where is it!!

JayMaine

where can i find civilization?!?!

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Warning: live album

FranklinRoosevelt

Despite the fact that only track 10 is tagged as live the entire album is in fact live recordings of the songs. On top of that the recording is not very good, and they are not performances of the original songs, but rather remixes with vocals (poorly) mixed in. Very disappointing.

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