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Hookerman - Absolutely Maybe album

Hookerman - Absolutely Maybe album
Performer: Hookerman
Title: Absolutely Maybe
Released: 2002
Style: Experimental
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 902
Formats: VQF DMF MP4 AHX MP2 VOC AC3
MP3 size: 1931 mb
FLAC size: 1884 mb

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1 I Know Where To Find You 4:02
2 Paule (Absolutely Maybe) 4:52
3 Freak Parade 2:55
4 Invitation To The Blues
Written By – Tom Waits
5:31
5 Piss 3:25
6 I Saw Her Dancing 4:05
7 Love And Pain 5:09
8 Talk 4:26
9 Cycle's End 4:31
10 Blue Man 3:06
11 Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis
Written By – Tom Waits
3:43

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Maybe you and Lori. Dean let the sentence trail off. Deep down, he didn’t really want to see Sam go off with Lori. He wasn’t going to think too much about why that was. At least not right now. Sam kicked off his shoes and lay down on his bed. Stuff it, Dean. Chobah: FIND THE HOOKER FIND THE HOOKERMAN. Carrot: I'm picturing a man with fishnets. Chobah: like Rocky Horror with a cape. Carrot: hysterical giggles that burning sensation.

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