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The Very Best Of CD1

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Watcha Gonna Do About It - Original
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Hey Girl - Original
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All Or Nothing - Original
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My Mind's Eye - Original
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I Can't Make It - Original Re-Mix (Stereo)
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Here Comes The Nice - Original
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Talk To You - Original (Mono)
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Itchycoo Park - Original (Mono)
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I'm Only Dreaming - Original (Mono)
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Tin Soldier - Original (Mono)
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I Feel Much Better - Original
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The Universal - Original (Mono)
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Donkey Rides, A Penny, A Glass - Original (Mono)
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Wham Bam Thank You Mam - Original (Mono)
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Tell Me Have You Ever Seen Me - Original
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Things Are Going To Get Better - Original
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My Way Of Giving - Alternate (Version 2)
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Get Yourself Together - Original
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All Our Yesterdays - Original
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Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 49:05

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Finally! one of the great 60'Brit bands on eMusic!

Dvoodoo

I can't proclaim my love for this key mod era Brit group loud enough, but now you can find out why. Here's an assortment of singles, mono versions, alt takes etc from their Decca years at your fingertips. This would cost ye a pretty penny as an import if you could even find this at your local record emporium. Be sure to download the plaintive "All Or Nothing" their #1 from 1966.

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