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Concrete Blonde

Concrete Blonde

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True
Concrete Blonde
2:59
2
Your Haunted Head
Concrete Blonde
2:47
3
Dance Along The Edge
Concrete Blonde
5:29
4
Still In Hollywood
Concrete Blonde
3:44
5
Song For Kim (She Said)
Concrete Blonde
4:08
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Beware Of Darkness
Concrete Blonde
3:44
7
Over Your Shoulder
Concrete Blonde
3:23
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Little Sister
Concrete Blonde
3:53
9
Make Me Cry
Concrete Blonde
2:18
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Cold Part Of Town
Concrete Blonde
3:11
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True (Instrumental)
Concrete Blonde
2:26
Total Playing Time    38:02
Concrete Blonde's eight album output as a band begins with their 1986 self-titled debut. While the album remained relatively under the radar upon its release, songs Still in Hollywood, Your Haunted Head and Over Your Shoulder later enjoyed new audiences with features on the soundtracks for The Hidden and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Capitol Records Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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