|Appeal to Human Greed|
|Remix album by GOD|
|Released||10 October 1995|
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All tracks written by GOD.
|1.||"Gold Teeth" (Charles Atlas Mix)||4:44|
|2.||"Bloodstream" (The Evening Redness in the West Mix)||10:33|
|3.||"On All Fours" (Biomechanical Mix)||4:46|
|4.||"Tunnel" (Electro-Convulsive Mix)||6:44|
|5.||"Bloodstream" (Peckinpah Mix)||9:44|
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