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Live, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1

1. Complain
2. Pillow
3. We Were Born To Be Loved
4. Black Flag
5. Black the Sky
6. Don't Care
7. Goldilox
8. Pretend
9. dUg's Rap
10. Over My Head

Disc 2

1. Fool You
2. Cigarettes
3. Dogman
4. It's Love
5. Moanjam
6. Shoes
7. King

Total Time 98:00

Line-up / Musicians

- Doug Pinnick / bass, vocals
- Ty Tabor / guitars, vocals
- Jerry Gaskill / drums, vocals

Releases information

Released by Molken.

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