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1
Fairground
00:05:04

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

2
I Want You
00:04:40

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

3
Being Followed Home
00:06:02

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

4
Master of the Universe
00:03:19

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

5
Life Must Be So Wonderful
00:03:56

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

6
There's No Emotion
00:04:25

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

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Anorexic Beauty
00:02:57

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

8
The Never Ending Story
00:02:56

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

9
Don't You Know
00:04:06

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

10
They Suffocate At Night
00:06:16

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

11
Little Girl With Blue Eyes (Bonus)
00:03:25

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2017 Fire Records

12
Simultaneous (Bonus)
00:04:04

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

13
Blue Glow (Bonus)
00:03:04

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

14
The Will to Power (Bonus)
00:03:23

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

15
Dogs Are Everywhere (Bonus)
00:04:51

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

16
The Mark of the Devil (Bonus)
00:04:32

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

17
97 Lovers (Bonus)
00:04:27

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

18
Aborigine (Bonus)
00:04:51

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

19
Goodnight (Bonus)
00:05:05

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

20
Tunnel (Bonus)
00:08:11

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

21
Manon (Bonus)
00:03:27

Pulp, MainArtist

2012 Fire Records 2012 Fire Records

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