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Living Eyes

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More Fun
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T.P.B.R. Combo
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455 Sd
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Do the Movin' Change
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I 94
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Iskender Time
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Burn My Eye
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Time to Fall
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Smith and Wesson Blues
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Crying Sun
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Breaks My Heart
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Alone in the Endzone
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Hanging On
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Hanging On (Bonus)
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455 Sd (Remixed)
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Do the Movin' Change (Remixed)
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T.P.B.R. Combo (Remixed)
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I 94 (Remixed)
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Iskender Time (Remixed)
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Burn My Eye '78 (Remixed)
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Alien Skies (Remixed)
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Time to Fall (Remixed)
3:11
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Smith and Wesson Blues (Remixed)
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Crying Sun (Remixed)
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Breaks My Heart (Remixed)
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More Fun (Remixed)
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Alone in the Endzone (Remixed)
2:08
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Dark Surprise (Remixed)
3:29
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Didn't Tell the Man (Remixed)
3:12
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Death by the Gun (Remixed)
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Dark Surprise (Live)
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Breaks My Heart (Live)
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More Fun (Live)
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Total Tracks: 33   Total Length: 88:53

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