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Lust Control
We Are Not Ashamed: Getting It Right The Second Time
(Compact Disc)
©2006 Retroactive Records

17 songs: Grace, Leave Amy Alone, You Make Me Puke, Return To Vomit, Planned Parenthood, The Big “M,” Deliverance, If You Fail, Virginity Disease, The Secret, Real Men Cry, Pray For The City, Mad At The Girls, Speaking In Tongues, Get Married, Operation Rescue, Victim of Revolution / Grace Reprise.
+ 18 bonus tracks: Sex Rant intro (mini sermonette), Finger (Live), Mrs. Lowry (Live)… (and all 11 tracks from This Is A Condom Nation): Grace, Rude Awakening, Madolyn Murray O’Hair, Wretched, Apocalyptic Nightmare, I Want To Die, Mad At The Girls, The Big “M,” You Make Me Puke, There Is A Fountain / Grace Reprise… (and more extras): Album Release Party Radio Spot, DJ Commentary, Gene’s Commentary, The Big “M” (Karoake Version), and Planned Parenthood (Karoake Version).
4 alternate covers inside (display your favorite).
Remastered by Rob Colwell.

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