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MRG152 | Release Date January 12, 1999

Like "Holiday,' this had been out of print for awhile and was originally released by Feel Good All Over; a nice ep of Stephin's "loop" songs. Includes the wonderful "Love Goes Home to Paris in the Spring." Brand new artwork and remastered, too!

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play Young And Insane 02:29 $0.99 Buy
Play Technical (You're So) 02:34 $0.99 Buy
Play Alien Being 02:32 $0.99 Buy
Play Love Goes Home To Paris In The Spring 02:25 $0.99 Buy
Play Either You Don't Love Me Or I Don't Love You 02:20 $0.99 Buy

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