Extra Width

Extra Width is the third album by the punk blues group The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, and was released in 1993.

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Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - History - Extra Width / Mo' Width / Afro / The Word (93 - 94)
... Recording sessions for the Extra Width, the second Jon Spencer Blues Explosion studio album, took place in Memphis at Doug Easleys studio on 23/24 November and 3 December 1992 during the Jesus Lizard tour ... The original panty hose packaging can be seen in a band photo used on Mo' Width and the later reissues of Extra Width. 2" appeared Extra Width) ...
Ford Torino - 1970–1971: New Torino - 1970
... Length 206.2 in (5,237 mm) 209.0 in (5,309 mm) (wagon) Width 76.4 in (1,941 mm) (4-door) 76.7 in (1,948 mm) (2-door) 75.4 in (1,915 mm) (wagon) Curb weight 3,116–3,774 lb (1,413–1,712 kg ... The grille covered the full width of the front fascia, and surrounded the quad headlights ... The competition suspension package featured extra-heavy-duty front and rear springs (500 pounds (226.8 kg) per inch front, and 210 pounds (95.3 kg) per ...
Extra Width - Track Listing
... World of Sex" The album was re-released by Mute Records in the year 2000 with the Mo' Width album as bonus tracks (on one single CD) ... looks the same and the original front cover and tracklisting of Mo' Width is added as a cardboard paper ...

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