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Category: Sleaze Glam
Label: FNA Records
|1.||Welsh National Anthem|
|2.||Long Live the New Flesh Ethnic Mix|
|3.||Those Who Have and Those Who Have Not|
|6.||Is That Your Idea of Fun?|
|7.||Funny Little Mind|
|8.||She Ain't the Girl|
|9.||Holding the Baby|
|10.||In for the Kill|
|11.||Hold Your Horses|
|15.||Spit It Out|
|17.||FNA FNA Records Bonus Track|
|18.||Fall in Love Again Jules Millis Version|
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|From: CC||Date: October 4, 2017 at 16:34|
|This is kind of a mixed batch of songs to be fair. The songs with Kim on vocals are probably the strongest, unsurprisingly. Pepsi (rest in peace) takes the mic on some songs, and while not a terrible singer, you can tell why he was never lead vocals. Some of the songs have appeared elsewhere in slightly different form, which is quite common with a release like this. The one most interesting one of those songs is Everythings broken. The version on this album is far superior to the horrible 70s inspired Eurovision song contest song it ended up as (Pipped it, popped it on Blast). Overall, its actually a nice little addition to their catalogue.|
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