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Singles 1995-1997

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Sucker
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Waiting On the Guns
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Jet Girl (Electric version)
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Red Shoes By the Drugstore
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Drive
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Love Machine
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Go, Man, Go
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Mercury
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Convertible
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Sports Car
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2, 3, Go
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Real Thing (Acoustic Version)
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Jet Girl (Acoustic Version)
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Up
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Montreal
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Sports Car (Acoustic Version)
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Project Cenzo
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Where Everybody Knows You Name (Theme From Cheers)
Artist: Wedding Presents
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My Favourite Dress (Live at Sound City Leeds 1996)
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Brassneck (Live at the 1996 Reading Festival)
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Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 58:16

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