The Unforgettable Fire Strikes Back

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During the episode, Andy and Cameron discovered a mystery and want help solving it.  When listening to “MLK” at the end of Unforgettable Fire and then immediately playing “Where the Streets have No Name” it appears that these are one song.  We want your input on this.  Email us at


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