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Happiness Is

Happiness Is

Artist: Taking Back Sunday

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Digital Album: $9.99
Happiness Is
Happiness Is

Artist: Taking Back Sunday
MP3
1. Preface
$1.29
2. Flicker, Fade
$1.29
3. Stood A Chance
$1.29
4. All The Way
$1.29
5. Beat Up Car
$1.29
6. It Takes More
$1.29
7. They Don't Have Any Friends
$1.29
8. Better Homes And Gardens
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9. Like You Do
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10. We Were Younger Then
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11. Nothing At All
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: HOPELESS RECORDS
Rel. Date: 03/18/2014
UPC: 790692079124

More Info:

Taking Back Sunday are back with their sixth studio album and their first since joining Hopeless. The band returns with their classic sound that continues to resonate with fans.

Reviews:

Taking Back Sunday have been working on the album since May with two different producers and completed a portion of the record at Rancho Recordo with producer and long-time sound engineer Marc Jacob Hudson (Saves The Day, The Swellers.) They headed to Long Island to finish up with Mike Sapone (Brand New, O Brother) who also worked with them on the Demos for Tell All Your Friends.

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