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Safe as Milk

Safe as Milk

1967 debut studio album by Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band
Safe as Milk is the debut studio album by American music group Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band, released in June 1967 by Buddah Records.Wikipedia
GenrePop/Rock, Psychedelic/Garage, Blues-Rock, Experimental Rock, Art Rock, Proto-Punk
ArtistTaj Mahal, Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band, The Magic Band, Captain Beefheart
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  • 1Sure Nuff 'n' Yes I DoThe Magic Band2:15
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  • 2Zig Zag WandererThe Magic Band2:40
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  • 3Call on MeThe Magic Band2:37
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  • 4Dropout BoogieThe Magic Band2:32
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  • 5I'm GladThe Magic Band3:31
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  • 6ElectricityThe Magic Band3:07
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  • 7Yellow Brick RoadThe Magic Band2:32
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  • 8Abba ZabaThe Magic Band2:44
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  • 9Plastic FactoryThe Magic Band3:08
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  • 10Where There's a WomanThe Magic Band2:15
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  • 11Grown So UglyThe Magic Band2:27
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  • 12Autumn's ChildThe Magic Band4:02
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  • 13Safe as MilkThe Magic Band4:11
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  • 14On TomorrowThe Magic Band6:56
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  • 15Big Black Baby ShoesThe Magic Band4:50
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  • 16Flower PotThe Magic Band3:54
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  • 17Dirty Blue GeneThe Magic Band2:42
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  • 18Trust Us [Take 9]The Magic Band7:20
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  • 19Korn Ring FingerThe Magic Band7:26
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