|Dinner and a Movie >||1994-10-22||92 show gap|
|Bouncing Around the Room >||1995-11-12||3 show gap|
|Reba,||1995-11-12||3 show gap|
|Lawn Boy,||1995-10-19||16 show gap|
|Punch You in the Eye >||1995-11-09||6 show gap|
|Slave to the Traffic Light,||1995-11-12||3 show gap|
|I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome,||1995-11-14||3 show gap|
|Sample in a Jar||1995-11-12||3 show gap|
|AC/DC Bag >||1995-11-15||1 show gap|
|Sparkle >||1995-11-15||1 show gap|
|Free,||1995-11-14||2 show gap|
|I'm So Tired,||1994-10-31||86 show gap|
|You Enjoy Myself,||1995-11-14||2 show gap|
|Contact >||1995-10-24||12 show gap|
|Big Black Furry Creature from Mars,||1995-10-22||14 show gap|
|Acoustic Army,||1995-11-11||5 show gap|
|Big Black Furry Creature from Mars,||1995-10-22||0 show gap|
|Cavern||1995-11-14||2 show gap|
|Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?||1994-04-22||164 show gap|
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