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August 2004 Track Listing

  1. Hello Sunshine ~ Super Furry Animals
  2. Post Punk Progression ~ Snow Patrol
  3. Chocolate ~ Snow Patrol
  4. Run ~ Snow Patrol
  5. Year Of The Rat ~ Badly Drawn Boy…
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Tim McGraw Releases Track Listing For New Album

The album is called Sundown Heaven Town, available 9/16. The regular version will feature 13 songs, the deluxe having an extra 5!

Check it out below: 63 more words

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Northern Oak Unveil New Album Track Listing & Artwork

Northern Oak, the South Yorkshire progressive folk metallers, unveil new album details, including the track listing and artwork, for ‘Of Roots And Flesh’.

See the full track listing for ‘Of Roots And Flesh’ below, which is set for release on 4th October 2014. 29 more words

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Decapitated Reveal Blood Mantra Track Listing

Decapitated have announced the track list for their new album. The album, titled Blood Mantra, will be released on September 26.

Track List:

01. “Exiled In Flesh” 20 more words

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Godsmack Reveal 1000hp Track List

Godsmack have revealed the track list for their new album, 1000hp, via Billboard. The album will be released on August 5.

Track List:

01. “1000hp” 48 more words

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"The Purge: Anarchy" Soundtrack Track Listing Released

First reported via HitFix earlier today, “The Purge: Anarchy” soundtrack listing was released in advance of the movie’s fast-approaching opening. This sequel has intrigued me ever since the original announcement was made of its existence, as the synopsis and marketing campaign lead me to believe this is what the first installment of the franchise should have been. 286 more words

Motionless In White Reveal Track List And Special Guests For Reincarnate

Motionless In White have revealed the track list and the special guests that will appear on their new album, Reincarnate. The album, which comes out September 16, will have 14 tracks and will feature guest performances from Maria Brink (In This Moment), Dani Filth (Cradle Of Filth) and Tim Sköld. 65 more words

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