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|Compilation album by Supersuckers|
|Released||April 5, 2005|
|Genre||Rock and roll|
- "Gato Negro"
- "Shake It Off"
- "Hey Ya"
- "Teenage Shutdown"
- "Doublewide" (country version)
- "Team Man"
- "Can Pipe"
- "Rubber Biscuit"
- "Born with a Tail" (country version)
- "Devil's Food"
- "Sail On"
- "Kid's Got It Comin'"
- "Eastbound & Down"
- "Then I'm Gone"
- "Flyin' Into the Mid-Day Sun"
- "End of an Era"
- "Gato Negro" originally appeared on a split single with the band Zeke.
- "Hey Ya" is a cover of the song by OutKast.
- "Teenage Shutdown" is a cover of the song by Electric Frankenstein, originally appearing on Splitsville 1.
- "Rubber Biscuit" is a cover of the song by The Chips.
- "Sail On" is a cover of the song by The Commodores.
- "Eastbound & Down" is a cover of the Jerry Reed song originally written for the movie Smokey and the Bandit.
- "Doublewide" and "Born With a Tail" are country versions of songs originally appearing on the band's 1995 Sub Pop album, The Sacrilicious Sounds of the Supersuckers.
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