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Pulp|Countdown: 1992-1983

Countdown: 1992-1983

Pulp

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Countdown: 1992-1983

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Countdown Explicit
00:04:41

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 2017 Fire Records

2
Death Goes To The Disco
00:05:43

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 1996 Fire Records

3
My Legendary Girlfriend Explicit
00:06:51

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 2017 Fire Records

4
Don't You Want Me Anymore Explicit
00:03:52

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 2017 Fire Records

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She's Dead
00:05:04

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 2017 Fire Records

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Down By The River Explicit
00:03:39

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 2017 Fire Records

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I Want You
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Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 1996 Fire Records

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Being Followed Home
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Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 1996 Fire Records

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Master of the Universe
00:03:20

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 1996 Fire Records

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Don't You Know
00:04:06

Pulp, MainArtist - Fire Songs, MusicPublisher

1996 Fire Records 2017 Fire Records

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They Suffocate At Night
00:06:18

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 1996 Fire Records

DISC 2

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Dogs Are Everywhere
00:04:53

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 1996 Fire Records

2
The Mark of the Devil
00:04:36

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 1996 Fire Records

3
97 Lovers
00:04:30

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 1996 Fire Records

4
Little Girl (with Blue Eyes) Explicit
00:03:28

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 2017 Fire Records

5
Blue Glow
00:03:06

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 1996 Fire Records

6
My Lighthouse
00:03:28

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 1996 Fire Records

7
Wishful Thinking
00:04:16

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 1996 Fire Records

8
Blue Girls
00:05:58

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 1996 Fire Records

9
Countdown (Extended Version)
00:08:04

Pulp, MainArtist

1996 Fire Records 2017 Fire Records

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