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Extragraffiti is an EP released by American rock band Extreme in Japan only, following the release of their successful album Pornograffitti on August 7, 1990. Extragraffitti was recorded between 1988 and 1990. 

The EP was originally released as a 6-track EP featuring 5 previously released songs (although most of them appear on the EP in edited or remixed form) and a new b-side from “Pornograffitti”, entitled “Nice Place To Visit”.


The EP was later re-released as a special 3 CDs compilation album, featuring various Extreme demos and B-sides from the band’s self-titled album and Pornograffiti. The third CD of the compilation also featured “Strutter”, a Kiss cover originally recorded for a Kiss tribute album.

Tracklist:

- Disc 1:

"Simon Sezz" (Demo)
"What Can I Say" (Demo)
"Mr. Bates" (Demo)
"Adamant Adam" (Demo)
"Americocaine" (Demo)
"Funky Metal Holiday" (Demo)
"Play With Me" (Live)
"Rest In Peace" (Live)
"Play That Funky Music" (Live)*
* Wild Cherry cover version (1976).

- Disc 2:

"Help!" (B-Side)*
"Christmas Time Again" (B-Side)
"Love Of My Life" (B-Side)**
"Monica" (B-Side)
"Rise N’ Shine" (Acoustic B-Side)
"Sex ‘N Love" (B-Side)
"Nice Place To Visit" (B-Side)
"Where Are You Going" (B-Side)***


* The Beatles cover version (1965).
** Queen cover version (1975), featuring special guest Brian May.
*** Originally written by Bettencourt for the Super Mario Bros. soundtrack (1993).

- Disc 3:

"Never Been Funked" (B-Side)
"Better Off Dead" (B-Side)
"Don’t Leave Me Alone" (B-Side)
"When Will It Rain" (B-Side)
"Strutter" (B-Side)*
"Fair Weather Faith" (Japan B-Side)

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Here’s an early live show by the Boston-based hard rock band Extreme performed at the Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, 9 miles (14 km) west of Boston. The group consisted, at the time, of the following musicians:

1) Gary Cherone - Lead Vocals
2) Nuno Bettencourt - Lead Guitars, Backing Vocals, Keys
3) Paul Mangone - Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals
4) Paul Geary - Drums & Percussion

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Front, back and inside covers of Steppenwolf's MP3 Collection Compilation which comprises their discography from 1968 up to 1971.

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Steppenwolf's discography from 1968 to 1971:

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American hard rock band Steppenwolf and frontman John Kay

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American hard rock band Steppenwolf

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American hard rock band Steppenwolf

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Rain” is a song by British gothic rock/hard rock band The Cult from their Love (The Cult album). It was briefly known as “Sad Rain" during its recording, and the lyrics were reportedly inspired by a Hopi rain dance. Ultimately it was the second single released from that album following “She Sells Sanctuary”.

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