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01
Beautiful Delilah (Mono)
2:08  
02
So Mystifying (Mono)
2:54  
03
Just Can't Go to Sleep (Mono)
1:59  
04
Long Tall Shorty (Stereo)
2:50  
05
I Took My Baby Home (Stereo)
1:49  
06
I'm a Lover Not a Fighter (Mono)
2:03  
07
You Really Got Me
2:14  
08
Cadillac (Mono)
2:45  
09
Bald Headed Woman (Mono)
2:42  
10
Revenge (Mono)
1:29  
11
Too Much Monkey Business (Mono)
2:17  
12
I've Been Driving On Bald Mountain (Mono)
2:02  
13
Stop Your Sobbing
2:07  
14
Got Love If You Want It (Mono)
3:47  
15
Long Tall Sally
2:12  
16
You Still Want Me (Mono Single)
2:00  
17
You Do Something to Me (Mono Single)
2:25  
18
It's Alright (Mono Single)
2:38  
19
All Day and All of the Night
2:23  
20
I Gotta Move
2:23  
21
Louie Louie (Mono EP)
2:58  
22
I Gotta Go Now (Mono EP)
2:54  
23
Things Are Getting Better (Mono EP)
1:53  
24
I've Got That Feeling (Mono EP)
2:43  
25
Too Much Monkey Business (Alternate take)
2:10  
26
I Don't Need You Anymore (Bonus Track)
2:11  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 26   Total Length: 61:56

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