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|1.||Make It Through||4:27||Listen!|
|2.||Live Our Life||3:42||Listen!|
|3.||All I Feel||3:40||Listen!|
|4.||Get Ready for Me||3:38||Listen!|
|5.||Steppin Stone||2:26||Listen!||Cover: Monkees|
|11.||Let It Go||5:12||Listen!|
|14.||Only in Time||1:32||Listen!|
|Total Running Time:||51:09|
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|From: z4roxx||Date: April 29, 2008 at 15:59|
|Am I wrong or there isn't a single member from the first 1989 album?Ahahah what's that ahaha!Please hear some sample of this one,this is pretty horrible modern aor....|
|From: Nicolo||Date: April 30, 2009 at 15:14|
|Here are some mistakes in names' spelling: should be "Adam Ferraioli" and "Kalah Higginbotham"! Nicolo (HMP Magazine/Department of Virtuosity: www.hmpmag.pl)|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: April 22, 2010 at 0:52|
|In the same style of the first 80's with modern style too, agree with z4roxx, 65/100.|
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