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Dwarves- How To Win Friends And Influence People CD ~REISSUE!

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Dwarves- How To Win Friends And Influence People CD.  The one and only Dwarves are back with 16 of the most raucous hits from their first decade of unmentionable practices against music, the populace, teenage girls, law, order, and society in general! Unavailable for nearly 15 years, How to Win Friends and Influence People spits out re-recorded versions of the songs that made the Dwarves a universally famous as a loved cult of sex, drugs, and destruction ­.  "Drug Store", "Fuck You Up and Get High", "Dairy Queen", "Let's Fuck", and many others yep, they're all here. The best versions of their best tracks alongside solid ragers like “Dominator” and “I Will Deny You”. Easy to see why many consider this their best album!

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