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Steve Vai|Flex-Able Leftovers (25th Anniversary Re-Master)

Flex-Able Leftovers (25th Anniversary Re-Master)

Steve Vai

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Flex-Able Leftovers (25th Anniversary Re-Master)

Steve Vai

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You Didn't Break It
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Bledsoe Bluvd
00:04:21

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3
The Beast of Love
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4
Burnin' down the Mountain
00:04:20

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So Happy
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Details at 10
00:05:57

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Little Pieces of Seaweed
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Chronic Insomnia
00:02:03

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9
Natural Born Boy
00:03:34

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Massacre
00:03:26

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11
San Sebastian
00:01:08

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12
Fuck Yourself
00:08:27

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13
X-Equalibrium Dance
00:05:11

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