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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Flute Stuff (1:59)
2. Sahara Shuffle (8:20)
3. Pool Side Truffle (6:22)
4. Teddy Bears (1:38)
5. DidgyDodgy (6:43)
6. Bill And Ben (6:10)
7. Key Slime Pie (3:22)
8. Bagpipe Pixies (11:03)
9. Temple Drum'n'Bass (7:54)
10. Elastic Lounge Lizard (1:10)

Total Time 54:41

Line-up / Musicians

Exact line-up is unknown

Releases information

Digital Download Self-Released (2009 UK)

Consists of improvised jam sessions recorded during sound checks on the band's 2000 tour.

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