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|2.||Country Roads||Cover: John Denver|
|3.||If I Could Read Your Mind||Cover: Gordon Lightfoot|
|4.||I Love the Way|
|5.||Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds||Cover: Beatles|
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|From: elljam||Date: January 10, 2012 at 6:40|
|I love Enuff Z Nuff but this is nothing special. "Code Red" is a decent rocker where Donnie rediscovers his raspy vocals, which isn't so evident on more recent Enuff releases & "Somewhere" is a pretty good ballad but not on the same level as some of his previous work. The other 4 tracks (3 covers & 1 original)are pretty pointless. Worth getting for the DVD alone.|
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