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I Have Been to Heaven and Back: Hen's Teeth and Other Lost Fragments of Un-Popular Culture Vol. 1

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I Have Been to Heaven and Back
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The Ballad of Sally
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This Funeral is for the Wrong Corpse (Full Version)
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Oranges and Lemons
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Ring O'Roses
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Gill & Vicky
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Now We Have the Bomb
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You Wear it Well
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Betrayal
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Orpheus
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Roger Troutman
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Circle City (Mekons vs. Peace Love Hooligans)
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Cowboy Boots
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Lucky Star
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Axcerpt
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Born to Choose
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Unknown Song
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Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 61:28

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