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Soul Time!

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01
Genuine Pt. 1
Artist: Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings
3:58
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Genuine Pt. 2
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Longer and Stronger
3:43
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He Said I Can
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I'm Not Gonna Cry
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When I Come Home
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What If We All Stopped Paying Taxes?
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Settling In
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Ain't No Chimneys In The Projects
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New Shoes
2:18
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Without A Trace
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Inspiration Information
4:08
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 40:02

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Then go shop at Amazon.

Batmaniak

Can't believe most of the comments are people whining about being out 89 cents instead of begging to pay true value for this.

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SOUL TIME!

abtyree

The title alone says all that deserves mentioning. I am excited to see a collection of songs normally heard during the super Soul Revue. It is truly hard to go wrong with a Sharon Jones and the Dap-kings purchase. Do yourself, your loved ones, and your friends a favor; buy this album and don't look back.

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$4.99 at Amazon

pmorlen

I feel ripped off. Yes, my mistake for not checking Amazon first. Won't make that mistake again.

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Will not pay this Price.

NightFly

If this is a a sign of things to come .I'm Outta here.

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wuts up epeople?

fity

Sweet sound,but,c'mon! Twice da price of Amazon? Shame.

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PRICE

MIKEM

ASTEELE77 IS RIGHT TOO BAD

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price problems (once again)

asteele77

This is $4.99 at amazon.

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