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Mark Eitzel|Everclear

Everclear

American Music Club

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Why Won't You Stay
American Music Club
00:02:59

American Music Club, MainArtist - MARK EITZEL, FeaturedArtist

(C) 1991 Alias Records (P) 1991 Alias Records

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Rise
American Music Club
00:03:12

American Music Club, MainArtist - MARK EITZEL, FeaturedArtist

(C) 1991 Alias Records (P) 1991 Alias Records

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Miracle On 8th Street
American Music Club
00:04:07

American Music Club, MainArtist - MARK EITZEL, FeaturedArtist

(C) 1991 Alias Records (P) 1991 Alias Records

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Ex-Girlfriend
American Music Club
00:02:50

American Music Club, MainArtist - MARK EITZEL, FeaturedArtist

(C) 1991 Alias Records (P) 1991 Alias Records

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Crabwalk
American Music Club
00:03:43

American Music Club, MainArtist - MARK EITZEL, FeaturedArtist

(C) 1991 Alias Records (P) 1991 Alias Records

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The Confidential Agent
American Music Club
00:04:10

American Music Club, MainArtist - MARK EITZEL, FeaturedArtist

(C) 1991 Alias Records (P) 1991 Alias Records

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Sick Of Food
American Music Club
00:04:02

American Music Club, MainArtist - MARK EITZEL, FeaturedArtist

(C) 1991 Alias Records (P) 1991 Alias Records

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The Dead Part Of You
American Music Club
00:02:43

American Music Club, MainArtist - MARK EITZEL, FeaturedArtist

(C) 1991 Alias Records (P) 1991 Alias Records

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Royal Cafe
American Music Club
00:03:24

American Music Club, MainArtist - MARK EITZEL, FeaturedArtist

(C) 1991 Alias Records (P) 1991 Alias Records

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What The Pillar Of Salt Held Up
American Music Club
00:02:38

American Music Club, MainArtist - MARK EITZEL, FeaturedArtist

(C) 1991 Alias Records (P) 1991 Alias Records

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Jesus' Hands
American Music Club
00:03:01

American Music Club, MainArtist - MARK EITZEL, FeaturedArtist

(C) 1991 Alias Records (P) 1991 Alias Records

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