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Take A Look At Me - Airdash - Both Ends Of The Path (CD, Album)

8 Reply to “ Take A Look At Me - Airdash - Both Ends Of The Path (CD, Album) ”

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  2. Akinomuro says:
    May 31,  · The album ends with "Train in Vain," a rousing song of fidelity (unlisted on the back cover because it was added at the last minute) that became the .
  3. Dorg says:
    the only life i'll ever know is a constant struggle with little to show. but i'll take restless nights over cynical dreams. in a world wrapped in a blanket tearing at the seams. as the candle burns at both ends. through night and day i break my back to survive. it's the darkest of paths but i stay strong inside. still got the fight left in me.
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Path on Discogs.
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    I am looking for a software in Linux, that will add the album-art/cover to each of the selected files in batch-mode. The album art is a jpg/png stored in my computer. It will be awesome if it can import from internet. Currently I have tried both Rhythmbox and Banshee. I have also tried lame and easytag, but seems they do not support batch mode.
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    Dec 29,  · It ends his breakout album Golden Road, and it remains one of Urban's most poignant songs with direct references to money and drug addiction before he went down a path to a better life. Now.

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