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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Yer Mouse Gets My Dander Up (6:01)
2. Wunderful Meat (2:46)
3. The Pigeon (I Like My Finger) (3:32)
4. Probolkoc (1:45)
5. Easy Thing (4:49)
6. Jimmy Page's (1:26)
7. Jaw Jack (3:38)
8. Blueberry Dooky (3:24)
9. Smile (2:38)
10. Sunshine, Good Times & Fine Wine (5:00)
11. Women Dig It (4:14)
12. Greensleeves (5:27)

Total Time: 44:40

Line-up / Musicians

- Creston Spiers / guitar, vocals
- Stephen Tanner / bass
- Paul Trudeau / drums

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