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Do You Feel It Baby?

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Do You Feel It
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Smokes
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Make You Mine
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Can't Get Enough Of You Baby
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I Need Somebody
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Do Something To Me
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Why Me
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Go To
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Girl (You Captivate Me)
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Ten O'clock
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Don't Tease Me
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Love Me Baby (Cherry July)
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Midnight Hour
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96 Tears
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I'll Be Back
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"8" Teen
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Ain't No Shame
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Don't Break This Heart Of Mine
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Up Side
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Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 74:58

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Yes it's recent

davidmin2

...But I saw them live around this time and they were still great. It appeared that ? had been freeze dried since the 60's, he was like it was still 1966. The band was relaxed and having fun. Good, authentic garage rock without too many attempts at trying to be contemporary.

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This is it!

stteardrop

I can't speak for the whole album, but I can speak for "96 Tears". I'm doing the VH1 One Hit Wonders List and 96 Tears is the one I remember from 1966.

They Say All Music Guide

Recorded live at Cavestomp ’97 at Coney Island High School in New York City, this captures the original version of ? & the Mysterians (accept no substitutes) shaking the joint down to the last brick. Amazingly, they sound exactly like they did some 30-odd years ago, fortified with some vintage equipment (no synthesizers here) and an enthusiastic crowd to goad them on. Kicking off with a Stones-like “2120 South Michigan Avenue” riff that gets turned into the title track, the band gets into fourth gear right from the start and pretty much stays there. Running through a 19-song set list that combines old favorites from their Cameo and Capitol recordings along with new songs that sound exactly like they were written 30 years ago (and who’s to say they weren’t?), this is one of the very, very few modern-day “reunion” albums that really works and makes you wish you were there. – Cub Koda

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