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Tracklist: 01. Kinky Afro (03:58) 02. God's Cop (04:57) 03. Donovan (04:02) 04. Grandbag's Funeral (03:19) 05. Loose Fit (05:04) 06. Dennis And Lois (04:24) 07. Bob's Yer Uncle (05:07) 08. Step On (05:16) 09. Holiday (03:28) 10. Harmony (04:00) 11. Step On (Twisting My Melon mix) (05:52) 12. Kinky Afro (7' Euro mix) (04:13) 13. Loose Fit (12' version) (06:21) 14. Bob's Yer Uncle (12' version) (06:48) 15. Tokoloshie Man (04:19)
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