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From the Inside Alice Cooper 0:30

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    Alice Cooper
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    From the Inside
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    From the Inside
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    Rhino

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The Wrestler [*] Bruce Springsteen 0:19

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    Bruce Springsteen
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    The Wrestler [*]
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    Working on a Dream [Limited Edition]
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    Columbia

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Bang Your Head (Metal Health) various 1:01

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    various
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    Bang Your Head (Metal Health)
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    The Wrestler/OFST
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    KOCH Records

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Not a Crime Gogol Bordello 0:29

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    Gogol Bordello
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    Not a Crime
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    Gypsy Punk
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    Side One Dummy

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Charade Oranj Symphonette 1:01

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    Oranj Symphonette
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    Charade
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    Plays Mancini
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    Gramavision

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Stop the Train Mother Earth

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    Mother Earth
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    Stop the Train
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    Make a Joyful Noise
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    Wounded Bird

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