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Psychocandy - Barrowlands Live

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1
Just Like Honey (Live) 00:03:33

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The Living End (Live) 00:02:20

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Taste the Floor (Live) 00:03:34

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The Hardest Walk (Live) 00:02:43

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Cut Dead (Live) 00:02:51

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In a Hole (Live) 00:03:05

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Taste of Cindy (Live) 00:01:43

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Never Understand (Live) 00:03:09

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Inside Me (Live) 00:03:48

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10
Sowing Seeds (Live) 00:02:55

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My Little Underground (Live) 00:02:32

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12
You Trip Me Up (Live) 00:02:38

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13
Something's Wrong (Live) 00:03:03

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14
It's so Hard (Live) 00:05:01

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