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June 15, 1986
℗ 2006 Universal-Island Records Ltd.
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What The Papers Say
Life Goes On
Don't Let Me Out Of My Cage
When A Heart Beats
Violet To Blue
January 1, 2006
℗ 2006 Universal-Island Records Ltd.
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