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|FRIGHT 034||The Pooh Sticks||Dying For It (7", S/Sided, Single, Ltd)||Fierce Recordings||FRIGHT 034||UK||1989|
Limited to 300 copies. Some copies was autographed.
Originally sold at their gig.
Back cover reads: The Pooh Sticks "Dying For It"
from December 6, 1969 to March 3 1989.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): I'M GOiNG TO BEND THE SOUND A LITTLE
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