Live Version

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Licking Stick – Licking Stick - Live Version
... Brown performs a live version of "Licking Stick – Licking Stick" on his 1970 album Sex Machine ...
Tokyo Road: Best Of Bon Jovi - Track Listing - Initial First Pressing 3" Bonus Disc
... "Tokyo Road" (Live version) "Not Fade Away" (Live version from Jon Bon Jovi solo tour) "Next 100 Years" (Live version) "Father Time" (Live version from Richie Sambora solo tour) ...
Libertine (song) - Mylène Farmer Version - Official Versions
... Version Length Album Remixed by Year Comment Album version 349 Cendres de Lune Laurent Boutonnat 1986 Single version 330 — — 1986 One refrain is deleted ... Long version 430 — Laurent Boutonnat 1986 The introduction and the musical bridges are extended ... Live version 1200 En Concert — 1989 The song begins with the shot of a pistol Carnal sins remix 700 Dance Remixes Laurent Boutonnat 1992 This version adds suggestive sighs and cries ...
C'est Dans L'air - Official Versions
... Version Length Album Remixed by Year Comment Album version 429 Point de suture — 2008 Extended club mix 530 — Laurent Boutonnat 2009 This version is ... Extended instrumental 530 — — 2009 This version is similar to the Extended club mix, but all the lyrics are deleted Single version 433 — — 2009 Radio edit 335 — — 2009 The ... Live radio edit 349 — — 2009 Some sounds of the 'Extended club mix' are used during the musical bridge ...
Son Of Cheep Thrills - Track Listing
416 (from Waka/Jawaka) "Love of My Life (live version)" – 215 (from Tinsel Town Rebellion) "Disco Boy (live soundtrack version)" – 351 (from Baby Snakes ... (live version)" – 626 (from Make A Jazz Noise Here) "The Idiot Bastard Son (live version)" – 239 (from You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore Vol ...

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