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What Do I Get?

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Boredom
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Fast Cars
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I Don't Mind
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Love Battery
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Autonomy
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Oh Shit!
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Harmony In My Head
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Jerk
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Love You More
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Breakdown
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Something's Gone Wrong Again
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Wake Up Call
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Driving You Insane
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Keep On
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Mad Mad Judy
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Totally From The Heart
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Lester Sands (Drop In The Ocean)
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Noise Annoys
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I Believe
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You Know You Can't Help It
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What Do I Get?
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Times Up
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I Don't Know What To Do With My Life
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She's A Girl From The Chainstore
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You Say You Don't Love Me
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Promises
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Orgasm Addict
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Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't Have)
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Album Information
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Total Tracks: 28   Total Length: 76:07

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WTF?

kopper65

This has got the exact same tracks on it as "Driving You Insane" which is also showing up on eMusic as a 2011 release. What's going on here? Also, I don't know about anyone else, but I personally hate it when LIVE albums aren't labeled as such. At least we get to preview the tracks on eMusic!

eMusic Features

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Who Are…Bleached

By Tobi Vail, Contributor

When women and girls listen to love songs written by and/or performed by men, we have to filter stuff out, switch pronouns and, often, navigate a sexist point of view. After a lifetime of listening to male-dominated pop music I'm used to making these kinds of adjustments in my head, but I still feel starved for love songs that I can actually identify with and dance to without a power struggle. This drives me to… more »

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Who Are…Royal Headache

By Austin L. Ray, Contributor

Guitars are at the forefront of much of Royal Headache's self-titled debut, but not the noodling, 14-notes-a-second variety. Instead, these young Aussies specialize in the type of songs led by jangling, major-chord strums laced with just enough distortion to make it interesting. The Sydney foursome cut its teeth in Australia's punk and hardcore scenes before opting for something a little more mod, a little more power pop, a little more R&B. The resulting LP, which… more »

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Who are…The Men

By Austin L. Ray, Contributor

On 2011's Leave Home, The Men unleashed a sprawling, overwhelming, brute-force basher of a rock 'n' roll record on a mostly-unsuspecting public, leaving a bunch of exhausted, gape-mouthed listeners in its wake In following up such a galvanic-if-difficult release, the Brooklyn foursome presents Open Your Heart, a more accessible and delightfully mixed bag that touches on hardcore, Buzzcockian power pop, classic country drinking songs, straight-ahead rock and propulsive, building jams the likes of which would… more »