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Fanfare/ You Know It
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You're Gonna Need Me
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Squibcakes
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That's Why I Sing
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What Is Hip
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Never Let Go Of Love
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Fanfare/ You Know It (Plus!)
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Squibcakes (Plus!)
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That's Why I Sing (Plus!)
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What Is Hip (Plus!)
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 49:50

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blondeangel_2590

My High school marching band is doing a Tower of Power themed half-time show this year, and we are all incredibly excited, it has to be the most powerful, fun show that we have ever done. we are playing "so very hard to go" "still a young man" "soul vaccination" and " what is hip". pretty much the best songs ever

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Where's Francis?

groundhog

Good, but despite what the emusic person says about interchangeable rhythm sections, it ain't just about the horns and it's just not the same band without original bassist Francis Prestia. Bass players will know what I'm talking about. (I'm reviewing this based on the original sheffield lp.)

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