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The Hot Rock

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Start Together
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Hot Rock
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The End of You
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Burn, Don't Freeze!
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God Is a Number
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Banned from the End of the World
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Don't Talk Like
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Get Up
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One Song for You
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The Size of Our Love
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Living in Exile
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Memorize Your Lines
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A Quarter to Three
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 41:33

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