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The Herbaliser - Good Girl Gone Bad



The Herbaliser - Good Girl Gone Bad The Herbaliser - Verbal Animé
The Herbaliser - Good Girl Gone Bad
(12"/12"/CDS) Ninja Tune ZEN12110/ZEN12110US/ZENCDS110, 2002-02

CDS Tracklisting:
01 Good Girl Gone Bad (feat. Wildflower) (Radio)
02 Verbal Animé REMIX (feat. Iriscience/Dilated Peoples) (Radio)
03 Good Girl Gone Bad (Instrumental)
04 Verbal Animé REMIX (Instrumental)

12" UK Tracklisting:
A1 Good Girl Gone Bad (feat. Wildflower)
A2 Good Girl Gone Bad (feat. Wildflower) (Instrumental)
A3 Good Girl Gone Bad (feat. Wildflower) (Acapella)
B1 Verbal Animé REMIX (feat. Iriscience/Dilated Peoples)
B2 Verbal Animé REMIX (Instrumental)
B3 Verbal Animé REMIX (Acapella)

12" US Tracklisting:
A1 Verbal Animé (feat. Iriscience/Dilated Peoples) (Radio)
A2 Verbal Animé (Instrumental)
A3 Verbal Animé (Accapella)
B1 Verbal Animé REMIX (feat. Iriscience/Dilated Peoples)
B2 Verbal Animé REMIX (Instrumental)
B3 Good Girl Gone Bad (feat. Wildflower) (Radio)

12" UK Artwork:

12" US Artwork:

CDS Artwork:
Djouls

Djouls

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