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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Jimmy Dies (4:23)
2. A Man Was Made (5:11)
3. People in the West (5:10)
4. Drinking in the Darkness (4:21)
5. Such Sweet Sorrow (5:05)
6. Free at Last (4:56)
7. Don't Be Sad (5:23)
8. Soul Proprietor (3:37)
9. The Curtain Call (4:00)
10. The Hard Sell (7:09)

Total time: 49:15

Line-up / Musicians

- John Dexter Jones / vocals
- Steve Hayes / guitars
- Steve 'Ronnie' Rundle / guitars
- Andy Faulkner / bass
- Mo / keyboards
- Andy Barker / drums
- Holly Petrie / backing vocals

Releases information

DEN-TEL Records, Dentel 032

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