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Very Best Grand Funk Railroad Album Ever songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||2341767|
|Label||EMI Music Distribution|
|Release Date||Oct 16, 2001|
|Recording Time||70 minutes|
|Personnel||Don Brewer - vocals, drums|
Mark Farner - vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards
Mel Schacher - vocals
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