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Label: Pride & Joy Music
Catalog Number: PJM13453
|2.||Ready to Go||Listen|
|4.||Hardest Heart to Break||Listen|
|5.||Good Time Music||Listen|
|6.||All Fall Down||Listen|
|7.||Girls Gone Wild||Listen|
|8.||Beginning of the End||Listen|
|9.||Raise the Dead||Listen|
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|12.||Only a Matter of Time Japan bonus track|
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|From: Pee Dee||Date: August 14, 2023 at 19:58|
|The first three Midnite City albums were excellent, but this one is off the scale. It's the ultimate party album with more of an AOR vibe than the previous three. The melodies are more infectious than anything the band has produced before. 'Someday' will go down as a melodic rock classic.|
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