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Label: Sugarland Records
Catalog Number: 110262
|1.||Have You Ever|
|2.||Ain't Losing My Way|
|3.||What Do I Know|
|4.||All You Get|
|6.||What Is It|
|7.||I'll Come Around|
|10.||Reason To Believe|
|11.||Sometimes I Can|
|12.||All The Same To Me|
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|From: zld||Date: January 26, 2006 at 10:55|
|After Sleez Beez broke the members formed two new band: The Moon (Elt/van Spall) and Jetland (van Jaarsveld/Koster). This is alternative/beatleque pop thing, which i didn't like very much. I reminded me a bit of those two releases from Harem Scarem when the changed their name in "Rubber". 5/10|
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