|Ya Mar,||1995-10-20||4 show gap|
|Sample in a Jar >||1995-10-22||1 show gap|
|Divided Sky,||1995-10-20||3 show gap|
|The Wedge,||1995-06-30||24 show gap|
|Scent of a Mule,||1995-10-20||4 show gap|
|Free,||1995-10-20||4 show gap|
|Strange Design,||1995-10-21||3 show gap|
|My Long Journey Home,||1995-10-20||4 show gap|
|I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome,||1995-10-22||2 show gap|
|Chalk Dust Torture||1995-10-21||2 show gap|
|Reba,||1995-10-21||2 show gap|
|Life on Mars?,||1995-10-22||2 show gap|
|Cars Trucks Buses,||1995-10-21||2 show gap|
|Mike's Song ->||1995-10-19||4 show gap|
|Breathe Jam ->||Debut|
|Sparkle >||1995-10-21||2 show gap|
|Weekapaug Groove,||1995-10-19||4 show gap|
|Suzy Greenberg >||1995-10-21||2 show gap|
|Crossroads||1995-10-11||9 show gap|
|Fire||1995-10-07||12 show gap|
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