Before the first track and after the last track, there are short extra intro/outro songs that are credited as "(a) Beginning" and "(b) Ending". Track (a) is about 1:15 minute long and (b) is about 40 second long. The booklet in fact contains lyrics to all 6 songs including these 2 extra bonus tracks.
Actual track listing shown on the release - a. Beginning 1. All But The Lady 2. Crime Of You, Cry For You 3. The Naughty Guys Help You 4. Crazy-Street b. Ending
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