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602517658981
Copperhead Road

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Catalog: 1105402
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 04/29/2008
UPC: 602517658981

Copperhead Road
Artist: Steve Earle
Format: CD
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DISC: 1
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1. Copperhead Road
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2. Snake Oil
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3. Back To the Wall
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4. 4the Devil's Right Hand
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5. Johnny Come Lately
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6. Even When I'm Blue
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7. You Belong To Me
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8. Waiting On You
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9. Once You Love
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10. Nothing But a Child
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DISC: 2
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1. Devil's Right Hand [Live Raleigh North Carolina November 18,1987
2. Fearless Heart [Live Raleigh North Carolina November 18,1987] -
3. San Antonio Girl [Live Raleigh North Carolina November 18,1987]
4. Nobody But You/Continental Trailway Bus [Live Raleigh North Caro
5. My Baby Worships Me [Live Raleigh North Carolina November 18,198
6. Wheels [Live Raleigh North Carolina November 18,1987] - (previou
7. Week of Living Dangerously [Live Raleigh North Carolina November
8. Johnny Come Lately [Solo, Live Raleigh North Carolina November 1
9. Brown and Root [Live Raleigh North Carolina November 18,1987] -
10. I Love You Too Much [Live Raleigh North Carolina November 18,198
11. It's All Up To You [Live Raleigh North Carolina November 18,1987
12. Nebraska [Solo Live 1988] - (previously unreleased, live)
13. Copperhead Road [Live Calgary Canada April 1989] - (previously u
14. I Aint Ever Satisfied [Live Calgary Canada April 1989] - (previo
15. Dead Flowers [Live Calgary Canada April 1989] - (previously unre
16. Little Sister [Live Calgary Canada April 1989] - (previously unr
17. Guitar Town [Live Calgary Canada April 1989] - (previously unrel

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''Copperhead Road'' is an American country music/country rock album released in 1988 by Steve Earle. Often referred to as Earle's "rock record", Earle himself calls it the world's first blend of heavy metal and bluegrass, while in their January 26, 1989 review of the album Rolling Stone suggested the style be known as "power twang". - Wikipedia