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Horslips|The Unfortunate Cup of Tea (Bonus Tracks Version)

The Unfortunate Cup of Tea (Bonus Tracks Version)

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1
(If That's What You Want) That's What You Get
00:07:09

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2
Ring-a-Rosey
00:04:35

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3
Flirting in the Shadows
00:05:43

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4
Self Defence
00:06:12

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5
High Volume Love
00:05:34

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6
The Unfortunate Cup of Tea
00:01:14

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7
Turn Your Face to the Wall
00:06:28

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8
The Snakes' Farewell to the Emerald Isle
00:05:30

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(C) 2010 Horslips Records (P) 2010 Horslips Records

9
Everything Will Be Alright
00:05:20

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10
High Volume Love (Live)
00:05:00

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11
Locomotive Breath (Live)
00:05:00

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