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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Intro
2. The Martyr
3. In The Night
4. The Reason Why
5. She Said
6. Shame On You
7. Surfing
8. It's Late
9. What To Do
10. The Mood I'm In
11. To The Urban Man
12. Sunday Walking Lady

Line-up / Musicians

- Roy Webber / vocals and guitars
- Frank Mizen / bass and pedal steel
- Will Jackson / guitars and keyboards
- Paul Middleton / steel guitar and bass
- Pete Sage / electric violin and bass
- Roger Narraway / drums and percussion
- Nick Glennie-Smith / keyboards and vocals

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Label: Independent

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