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Stevi Lynn & Border Crossing - Secure The Building album

Stevi Lynn & Border Crossing - Secure The Building album
Performer: Stevi Lynn & Border Crossing
Title: Secure The Building
Released: 1996
Genre: Rock / Blues
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 567
Formats: VOC TTA AAC AA MPC XM MMF
MP3 size: 1517 mb
FLAC size: 1925 mb

Tracklist

1 Dirty Little Secret 4:34
2 Tomorrow Never Comes 3:59
3 Lights Out 4:02
4 You Are The Reason 4:17
5 The Lounge 4:32
6 Wake It Up 3:53
7 Heaven & Hell 4:59
8 Won't Be Singin The Blues 3:42
9 I'Ve Got That Feeling 5:59
10 Secure The Building 3:02

Credits

  • Bass, Vocals – Tony Hiebel
  • Drums – Dan Smith
  • Guitar, Piano, Backing Vocals – Ron Parada
  • Harmonica, Backing Vocals – Ron Call
  • Lead Vocals – Stevi Lynn

Notes

Classic 1996 release from the San Diego blues rock specialists.

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