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DISC: 1

1. Little Richard - Get Rich Quick
2. Stick McGhee - Sleep in Job
3. Eunice Davis and Orchestra - Go to Work Pretty Daddy
4. Jimmy Dell - I've Got a Dollar
5. Mel Tillis - Juke Box Man
6. Tom ; the Craftsmen - the Work Song
7. Roy Tann - ?Your Driver's License, Please
8. Jackie Lee - Cochran ?Buy a Car
9. Hoyt Stevens ; the Tennessee Ramblers - 55 Chevy
10. Bernice Gooden - Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter (On a Teen-Age Date)
11. The Du-Droppers - Dead Broke
12. The Silhouettes - Get a Job
13. Ray Charles - Greenbacks
14. Jessie Knight and His Combo - Nothing But Money
15. Tommy Spurlin ; the Southern Boys - One-Eyed Sam
16. Rusty Draper with Carl Stevens ; His Orchestra and the Dick Noel Singers - ?Seven Come Eleven
17. 'Cile Turner - Crap Shootin' Sinner
18. Joey Castle - That Ain't Nothing But Right
19. Johnny Ace with Johnny Board's Orch - No Money
20. Jennell Hawkins - More Money (That's What I Want)
21. Freddy Cannon - Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy
22. Roland Bennett ; the Rockin' Whalers - Money Crazy
23. Paul Bascomb and His Orchestra - Pink Cadillac
24. Rosco Gordon - T-Model Boogie
25. Paul Davis - Big Money
26. Billy Blank - Hard Luck
27. Marty Roberts ; the Night Riders - Twenty One Carpenters
28. The Rays Elevator - Operator
29. Charlie Rich - Easy Money

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The Ten Commandment Of Rock 'n' Roll, Commandment 3, Become Self-Sufficient, Get A Job continues the tongue in cheek approach in modifying the scriptures and musically complies with the scripture. Lesser-known artists and recordings stand alongside hit-making artists and their recordings, with either a rock-a-ballad or smooth song to end the CD and answer the music direction of the relating album.