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Fear

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1
Let's Have a War
00:02:19

Fear, MainArtist - Lee Jude, Writer - P. Cramer, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

2
Beef Bologna
00:01:47

Fear, MainArtist - Lee Jude, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

3
Camarillo
00:01:09

Fear, MainArtist - Lee Jude, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

4
I Don't Care About You Explicit
00:01:48

Fear, MainArtist - Lee Jude, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

5
New York's Alright If You Like Saxophones
00:02:07

Fear, MainArtist - Lee Jude, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

6
Gimme Some Action Explicit
00:00:58

Fear, MainArtist - Lee Jude, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

7
Foreign Policy
00:02:13

Fear, MainArtist - Lee Jude, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

8
We Destroy the Family
00:01:53

Fear, MainArtist - Lee Jude, Writer - P. Cramer, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

9
I Love Livin' in the City Explicit
00:02:04

Fear, MainArtist - Lee Jude, Writer - Lee Ving, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

10
Disconnected Explicit
00:02:05

Fear, MainArtist - Lee Jude, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

11
We Gotta Get Out of This Place
00:02:37

B. MANN, Writer - C. Weil, Writer - Fear, MainArtist

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

12
Fresh Flesh Explicit
00:01:44

Fear, MainArtist - Lee Jude, Writer - F. Milner, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

13
Getting the Brush
00:02:31

Fear, MainArtist - F. Milner, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

14
No More Nothing
00:01:30

Fear, MainArtist - Lee Jude, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

15
Fuck Christmas Explicit
00:00:45

Fear, MainArtist - P. Cramer, Writer

© 1981 Slash Records ℗ 1981 Slash Records

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