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(1995)

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Am I Wrong
Performed by Love Spit Love
Written by Richard Butler & Tim Butler
Produced and mixed by Dave Jerden
Additional Production by Rob Cavallo and David E. Russo (as David Russo)
Marching Band Arrangement by David E. Russo (as David Russo)
Mixed by Frank Wolf and Jerry Finn
(p) 1995 Imago Records
Love Spit Love appears courtesy of Imago Records
If I Didn't Love You
Performed by Squeeze
Written by Chris Difford & Glenn Tilbrook
Produced by John Wood and Squeeze
(p) 1990 A & M Records, Inc.
Squeeze appears courtesy of A & M Records
Ain't That Unusual
Performed by The Goo Goo Dolls
Written by Johnny Rzeznik (as John Rzeznik)
Produced by Lou Giordano
(p) 1995 Warner Bros./Metal Blade
Goo Goo Dolls appears courtesy of Warner Bros./Metal Blade
Jack Names the Planets
Performed by Ash
Written by Ash
Produced by Marc Waterman
Mixed by Rob Cavallo and Jerry Finn
(p) 1995 Warner Bros. Records and Infectious Records, Ltd.
Songs of Polygram International, Inc. (BMI)
Ash appears courtesy of Infectious Records, Ltd.
White Homes
Performed by Tilt
Lyrics by Cinder
Music by Tilt
Produced by Tilt
(p) 1993 Lookout Records
Tilt appears courtesy of Lookout Records
J.A.R.
Performed by Green Day
Words by Mike Dirnt
Music by Green Day
Produced by Rob Cavallo and Green Day
Engineered by Kevin Army
Kung Fu
Performed by Ash
Written by Ash
Produced by Owen Morris
Mixed by Rob Cavallo and Jerry Finn
(p) 1995 Warner Bros. Records and Infectious Records, Ltd.
Songs of Polygram International, Inc. (BMI)
Ash appears courtesy of Infectious Records, Ltd.
Mrs. You And Me
Performed by Smoking Popes
Written by Smoking Popes
Produced by Phil Bonnet
(p) 1994 Capitol Records/Smoking Popes (ASCAP)
Smoking Popes appear courtesy of Capitol Records
Funny Face
Performed by The Muffs
Written by Kim Shattuck
Produced by Rob Cavallo and The Muffs
Mixed by Jerry Finn
Enough
Performed by Dance Hall Crashers
Written by Dance Hall Crashers
Produced by Rob Cavallo
Mixed by Jerry Finn
(p) 1995 (510) Records
Dance Hall Crashers appear courtesy of (510) Records
Back To You
Performed by The Riverdales
Written by Weasel/Vapid
Produced by The Riverdales
(p) 1995 Lookout Records
The Riverdales appear courtesy of Lookout Records
Each And Every
Performed by Sun 60
Written by Sun 60
Produced by David E. Russo (as David Russo)
Additional Production by Nick Didia
(p) 1994 Epic Records
Sun 60 appears courtesy of Epic Records by arrangement
with Sony Music Licensing
Fade Into You
Performed by Mazzy Star
Written by Sandoval/Roback
Produced by David Roback
(p) 1994 CEMA Special Markets, a Division of Capitol Records
Mazzy Star appears courtesy of Capitol Records
Deep Water
Performed by Pansy Division
Written by Jon Ginoli
Produced by Pansy Division
(p) 1994 Pansy Division
Pansy Division appears courtesy of Lookout Records
You Gave Your Love To Me Softly
Performed by Weezer
Written by Weezer
Produced by Rob Cavallo and Weezer
Engineered by Jerry Finn
(p) 1995 Geffen Records
Weezer appears courtesy of Geffen Records
The Interstate Polka
Performed by Squeeze Box!
Written by Miskulin/Clement
Produced by First Com Music
Squeeze Box! appears courtesy of Zomba Music Services
Hot, Hot, Hot
Performed by David Johansen (as Buster Poindexter)
Written by Alphonsus Cassell
Produced by Hank Medress for SBK Record Productions, Inc.
(p) 1987 The RCA Records Label of BMG Music
Buster Poindexter appears courtesy of The RCA Records, Label of BMG Music
Blue Way
Composed by George Sandeur
Produced by Philippe Brejean
(p) 1989 Hilbou (Sacem)
"Blue Way" appears courtesy of Promusic
Rubella
Performed by Smoking Popes
Written by Smoking Popes
Produced by Phil Bonnet
(p) 1994 Capitol Records/Smoking Popes (ASCAP)
Smoking Popes appear courtesy of Capitol Records
Washing Of the Water
Performed by Peter Gabriel
Written by Peter Gabriel
(p) Real World Music Ltd.
Peter Gabriel appears courtesy of Geffen Records

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