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Label: Record Heaven/Halcyon Music
Catalog Number: 4042588 00009
|1.||Jailbreak||Cover: Thin Lizzy|
|2.||Good Boy Gone Bad original version|
|3.||Faith In You|
|5.||A Better Road|
|6.||Angels In Waiting|
|7.||Dead Man's Road electric version|
|9.||Can't Stop Rockin'|
|10.||Lonesome Guitar original version|
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|From: 123charpenay||Date: April 29, 2017 at 18:27|
|track 7 "dead s man road" is the more beautiful song of the history of the rock music.in france we says "c est à pleurer tellement c est beau".i can try the traduction "it s so beautiful we will cry".it s a shame, i m the first ,the lone (a poor french die hard fan of the doc)to comment this jewel.what s are doing american fan s of rock music?stop sleeping friends wake up for the doc!!!!!!!!!!!!!!|
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