Run to the Hills 1 by EMI Import at Your Free Album. MPN: CDEM/S612. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Includes new and previously unreleased tracks taken from the 'Beast on the Road Tour'. Tracks, 'Run To The Hills' (original single version), '22 Acacia Avenue' (live '82), 'The Prisoner' & 'Run To The Hills' (video-updated Camp Chaos version of original 1Music.
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Includes new and previously unreleased tracks taken from the 'Beast on the Road Tour'. Tracks, 'Run To The Hills' (original single version), '22 Acacia Avenue' (live '82), 'The Prisoner' & 'Run To The Hills' (video-updated Camp Chaos version of original 1
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5 x 0.5 x 4.75 inches
4.8 x 0.24 x 5.51 inches
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