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West End Riot - The Living End - The Living End (CD, Album)

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  1. Malajinn
    West End Riot by The Living End (Single): Reviews, Ratings, Credits, Song list - Rate Your Music West End Riot, a Single by The Living End. Released 26 July on Modular (catalog no. .
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  2. Dulkree
    Roll on by The Living End Audio CD $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. West End Riot. West End Riot. Listen Now $ 5. Bloody Mary. AWESOME AUSSIE PUNK ROCK! THE LIVING END is true punk rock with reggae and ska slightly infused. I /5(71).
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  3. Gataxe
    West end riot (riot) West end riot (riot) We'll be here next saturday With our guns and our heads held high So listen up boys You'd better not cry this time See a bum on the street that you think you recognize Young kid never looked so bad when he was only 4 foot high 6 o'clock running home I don't wanna be late Another saturday of sun and war.
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  4. Zologami
    West End Riot: 6. Pictures In The Mirror: 7. Roll On (USA & Aust Versions) 8. Dirty Man: 9. One Said To The Other: Who's Gonna Save Us? (USA & Aust Versions) Tabloid Magazine: I Can't Give You What I Haven't Got (Supergig) 1. Roll On (Summersonic) 2. Save The Day (Splendour In The Grass) 3. One Said To The Other (Summersonic) 4.
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  5. Shaktiran
    This two-CD live album features historic performances by former bandmates Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood, jamming together for the first time in 40 years: including Blind Faith's Presence of the Lord, Can't Find My Way Home, and Had to Cry Price: $
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  6. Goltishakar
    "West End Riot" is a song by Australian punk rock band The Living End. It was released in July , as the fourth single from their self-titled album. It peaked at No. 83 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart in August The song was more popular with listeners of national radio station, Triple J, appearing at No. 48 on their Hottest poll for that year. The video for the song was directed by Don Letts,. It was .
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  7. Bradal
    The Living End's official music video for West End Riot. "West End Riot" was the fourth single taken from Australian rock group, The Living End's debut self-titled album. It was released in July ,[2] but did not reach the top 50 – although it was popular with listeners of national radio station, Triple J, appearing at No 48 on their.
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