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Anthology

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Disc 1 of 2
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Tally Ho
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Platypus
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Billy Two
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Thumbs Off
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Anything Could Happen
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Sad Eyed Lady
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Point That Thing
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Fish
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Flowers
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Side On
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Slug Song
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Beatnik
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End of My Dream
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On Again / Off Again
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At the Bottom
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Getting Older
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Scrap Music
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Whatever I Do Its Right
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Two Fat Sisters (Live)
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Oddity
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Quickstep (Live)
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At the Bottom (Alternate Version)
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Disc 2 of 2
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Drawing to a Whole
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I Wait Around
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The Blue
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Someone
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Big Soft Punch
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Diamond Shine
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Big Cat
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Outside the Cage
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Safe in the Rain
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Secret Place
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Do Your Thing
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Linger Longer
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Too Much Violence
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Trapped in Amber
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Psychedelic Ranger
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Late Last Night
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Ludwig
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Wipe Me I'm Lucky
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Franz Kafka at the Zoo
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Clutch
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Balkans
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Indigo Blue
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Chumpy
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Twist Top
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Album Information
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Total Tracks: 46   Total Length: 134:18

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terrific album

idiotprogrammer

I discovered this double-disc album a few years ago. I remember being gobsmacked by it, and listening to it continuously for a week without being bored once. Captures the indie garage band spirit; jangle rock with a hard beat.

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