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  1. Live & Deadly-Memphis/Chicago, an album by Compulsive Gamblers on Spotify Pepper Spray Boogie. More by Compulsive Gamblers. Crystal Gazing Luck Amazing. Bluff City. Gambling Days Are Over. Root Damage. More Compulsive Gamblers. Listen to Live & Deadly-Memphis/Chicago now. Listen to Live & Deadly-Memphis/Chicago in full in the.
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  3. Live & Deadly: Memphis–Chicago is a live album recorded by the Compulsive soundtracks.moathsadartojaktilar.infoinfo is the fourth and final album issued by the band, released on April 15, by the independent record label Sympathy for the Record soundtracks.moathsadartojaktilar.infoinfo album contains 16 tracks recorded during two May performances, one in Memphis, Tennessee, and the other in Chicago, soundtracks.moathsadartojaktilar.infoinfo: Garage rock.
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  5. Jun 20,  · Pepper Spray Boogie 3 Whole Lotta Woman 4 Negative Jerk 5 Stop & Think It Over More By Compulsive Gamblers See All. Gambling Days Are Over Live & Deadly-Memphis/Chicago Bluff City You May Also Like See All. Popular Favorites Oblivians Live At Goner Records Reigning Sound Strychnine Dandelions The .
  6. Listen to your favorite songs from Compulsive Gamblers. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Pepper Spray Boogie. Compulsive Gamblers. Mind In The Gutter. Compulsive Gamblers. Live & Deadly-Memphis / Chicago. Gambling Days Are Over. Sign In; New customer? Start here.
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  8. The liner notes to Live & Deadly describe the Compulsive Gamblers as "the s' most unusual Memphis bar band" (their clumsy grammar, not mine) and compared to the crude and gritty sounds of their earliest work, this set (recorded during two May gigs that briefly preceded the band's demise) captures the Gamblers sounding like a bar band in all the best .

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