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|Live at the Pretty Ugly Club|
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Live At The Pretty Ugly Club is a live album by Pretty Boy Floyd, it is their only live album to date. It also featured two new studio tracks.
The Pretty Ugly Club where it was recorded, is a rock club in Hollywood ran by Taime Downe of Faster Pussycat.
The last two tracks are studio recordings.
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