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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Milky Way Love (4:22)
2. I Hate You (3:26)
3. Twilight Time (3:53)
4. Beautiful World (4:58)
5. Never Forget You (2:59)
6. Want My Baby Back (4:19)
7. Losing You (4:23)
8. Who Do You Think You Are? (4:08)
9. I'm Still Alive (3:26)
10. Do What We Wanna Do (3:20)

Total Time 40:16

Line-up / Musicians

- Ray Vanderby / guitar, vocals
- Steve Dickie / drums
- Caillan Gilbert / guitar
- Justin Joyce / bass

Releases information

Ray Vanderby / Majique Music (088501414694), January 2012

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