• The Conquerers – If You Can't Beat Them
    • The Conquerers – I'll Follow Him
    • 1. If You Can't Beat Them
    • 2. I'll Follow Him

    Double header from 1969 with The Conquerers "If You Can't Beat Them" & "I'll Follow Him"

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    • Patsy Millicent Todd – Give Me A Chance
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    • The Paragons – Man Next Door
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    • Tappa Zukie – Raggy Joey Boy
    • Tappa Zukie – Version
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    • The Emotions – You Can't Stop Me
    • The Emotions – The Storm
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    • Stranger And Patsy – Your Photograph
    • Stranger And Patsy – Tell It To Me
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    • Max Romeo – Dub In Johosaphatt
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    • Al & The Vibrators – Check Up
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