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Match the song title

This is a little game that I play where I try to find a card that matches with each song on an a particular music album. If you'd like to recommend an album for this series, feel free to email me. If I know and love the album, I'll try to add it here.

These are the Match the Song Title albums so far:

Back in Black - AC/DC
Candy-O - Cars
Eat a Peach - The Allman Brothers Band

El Camino - The Black Keys
Eliminator - ZZ Top
First Under the Wire - Little River Band
The Joshua Tree - U2
1984 - Van Halen
No Need To Argue - The Cranberries
Out of the Blue - ELO
Pretenders - Pretenders
Pyromania - Def Leppard
Random Access Memories - Daft Punk
Version 2.0 - Garbage
Whipped Cream & Other Delights - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
Wildflowers - Tom Petty

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The Collector's Alt-Rock Mix


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