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Lego My Ego

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If You Want Me To Stay (45 version)
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Shhh / Peaceful / Very Sleepy Rivers (live)
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Frittering (Alt. version)
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Coney Island Cyclone (Alt. version)
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Car Wash Hair (Debut single, extended version)
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Syringe Mouth (Alt. version)
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Blood On The Moon
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Chasing A Bee (Inside A Car) (Alt version)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 56:42

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spookydirt

The Alternative Versions are Peel Sessions, if that interests you. It doesn't really hold together as an album, but the covers and live songs - and Carwash Hair!! - are pretty damn good.

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Live tracks

TransientForm

BRilliant live tracks from a date they played at a Festival in Finsbury park, the stage was covered in kids dressed as bees. The VErve played Storming HEaven on a different stage...special.. On the vinyl the last track is chasing a gir inside a car. Carwash hair a classic!!!

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