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The Complete Collection

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Remember (Walkin' In The Sand)
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It's Easier To Cry
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Leader Of The Pack
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What Is Love
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Give Him A Great Big Kiss
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Out In The Streets
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The Boy
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Give Us Your Blessings
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Heaven Only Knows
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Right Now And Not Later
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The Train From Kansas City
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Never Again
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I'm Blue
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What's A Girl Supposed To Do
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The Dum Dum Ditty
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You Cheated, You Lied
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I Can Never Go Home Anymore
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Bull Dog
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Long Live Our Love
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Sophisticated Boom Boom
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He Cried
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Dressed In Black
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Past, Present And Future
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Love You More Than Yesterday
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Paradise
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Give Him A Great Big Kiss (Alternate Version)
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Simon Says (Live)
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Simon Speaks (Live)
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Maybe
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The Sweet Sounds Of Summer
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I'll Never Learn
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Take The Time
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Footsteps On The Roof
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Shout (Live)
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So Much Love
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Good Night My Love
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You Can't Sit Down (Live)
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It's Easier To Cry
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Wishing Well
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Hate To Say I Told You So
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Revlon: How Pretty Can You Get?
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Revlon: Natural Wonder
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Good Taste Tip: Gift Receiving
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Good Taste Tip: Dating Courtesy
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 44   Total Length: 106:16

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Bad business

Ole'rustyrocks

How come emusic offer this for 12 credits in some countries and charge 44 credits in the UK! Sorry to say emusic gives the UK a second class service and has done for a long time, when challenged they just makes promises they don't keep.

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A deal...as long as bad sound doesn't bother you

EMUSIC-01BD14F0

This is pretty much everything this girl group of girl groups recorded. The sound is pretty wonky in many spots, but if you're not gonna buy a real CD, this is a hell of a deal for just 12 credits. I've loved these songs for such a long time now...absolute classic stuff.

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Melodramatic bliss

squintydan

There are a lot of good, hooky, dramatic girl group ditties here. Pretty good sound quality throughout the first half of the set, too, but beware: it gets horrible toward the end, right about where the song quality starts dipping.

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