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Dream Baby Dream EP

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Dream Baby Dream (Single Edit)
Dream Baby Dream (Long version)
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Total Tracks: 3   Total Length: 12:31

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The track "Dream Baby" was a staple of Suicide shows since at least 1976. For this version on Ze records 12" record, the track is honed down and shines unti it sparkles like jewel. The music is still totally Suicide though. I had been a Suicide fan for quite awhile, but when I heard this I had to have it. Vega is at his most street romantic,and Rev at his prettiest and sleeziest simultaneously. Down load the long version.

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