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T-Rex Live

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Ride a White Swan
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I Love to Boogie
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Telegram Sam
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Metal Guru
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New York City
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Solid Gold Easy Action
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Teenage Dream
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Life's a Gas
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Spaceball Ricochet
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Cosmic Dancer
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Children of the Revolution
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The Groover
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Born to Boogie
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Hot Love
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20th Century Boy
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Bang a Gong (Get it On)
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LIVE

Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 64:11

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Dvoodoo

this dreck is a uk based rip off "tribute" act that is touring, and somehow has the balls/legal nerve to borrow a legendary name to foist off these travesties... Not original recordings or band members here... Bowie/Bolan's old producer Tony Visconti is offering up some newly produced tunes on eMusic under the moniker of Kathleen Young...But

eMusic Features

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Label Profile: Fat Possum Records

By Marc Hogan, Lead News Writer

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