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Live at the Hollywood Palladium, 1991 (FM Radio Broadcast)

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01
Rock Music (Live)
2:05  
02
Cecila Ann (Live)
2:01  
03
Gouge Away (Live)
3:42  
04
Motorway to Roswell (Live)
4:19  
05
Alec Eiffel (Live)
2:54  
06
Velouria (Live)
3:45  
07
Crackity Jones (Live)
1:39  
08
Distance Equals Rates Times Time (Live)
1:50  
09
Manta Ray (Live)
2:25  
10
Dancing the Manta Ray (Live)
2:30  
11
Lovely Day (Live)
2:16  
12
Subbacultcha (Live)
2:30  
13
Letter to Memphis (Live)
2:35  
14
Palace of the Brine (Live)
1:44  
15
Ed Is Dead (Live)
2:44  
16
Wave of Mutilation (Live)
3:07  
17
Monkey Gone to Heaven (Live)
3:39  
18
Bird Dream of the Olympus Mons (Live)
2:59  
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 48:44

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