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BOTTOM LINE

Michael Quatro

Crossover Prog


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Studio Album, released in 1980

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Bottom Line (3:26)
2. Let It Ride (3:46)
3. Midnite Train (3:49)
4. Born On A Monday (2:57)
5. Wreckless (3:37)
6. Feels Good (3:13)
7. Ain't All Nite, Ain't All Right (3:30)
8. Melody (2:30)
9. You're Drivin' Me Crazy (7.32)

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