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Dying To Live
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Category: West Coast AOR
Label: The Orchard
Catalog Number: TK249
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David Lindauer lead vocals|
Geo Bennett all guitar, backing vocals
Rick Gallagher keys, backing vocals
Bobby Kunkel III drums, backing vocals
Brian Osburn bass guitar, backing vocals
|1. ||Dying To Live ||3:46|
|2. ||Three Margaritas ||4:21|
|3. ||Desiré ||4:38|
|4. ||Nothing In Particular ||5:20|
|5. ||Water Street ||4:58|
|6. ||Don't Put Your X On Me ||4:18|
|7. ||Calles De Muerte ||5:33|
|8. ||Sunday Morning ||5:47|
|9. ||One Of Those Things ||4:40|
|10. ||Farmer's Daughter ||4:40|
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|Total Running Time:|| 48:01|
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||Date: July 3, 2005 at 20:17|
|OK, it's my buddy's band, so, of course I'm gonna rate it highly. However, that doesn't stop it from being a great CD. The ballad Desire is beautiful, Nothing In Particular has great (humorous) lyrics and is just a feel good tune that you have to sing along with, Water Street is such an introspective sounding/feeling song (as is Dying to Live, which made me seriously look back at things.) And, Three Margaritas is the only song I know of that mentions the Pittsburgh Penguins! A+ just 4 that.
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