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Black Sheep Boy

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Disc 1 of 2
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Black Sheep Boy
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For Real
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In a Radio Song
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Black
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Get Big
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A King and a Queen
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A Stone
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The Latest Toughs
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Song of Our So-Called Friend
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So Come Back, I Am Waiting
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A Glow
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Disc 2 of 2
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Missing Children
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No Key, No Plan
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A Garden
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Black Sheep Boy #4
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The Next Four Months
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Another Radio Song
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A Forest
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Last Love Song For Now
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Goodnight, Irene
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I'm in Love with Susan Smith
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See See Rider
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Knoxville Girl
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Satan Is Real
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Good Liquor Gonna Carry Me Down
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Willow Tree
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Moonshiner
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Oh, the Wind and Rain
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What Are They Doing In Heaven Today?
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Trouble In Mind
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 30   Total Length: 113:33

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fantastic album

BelgianDean

these two albums were among the best of the 2000s, fragile, haunting, beautiful, moving. Is it worth to buy this version because of the extra songs I don't know--one listen doesn't convince me. But the difference in price isn't big, and this is an amazing band and a stunning double album, so why not?

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