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The Navigator

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Entrance
1:43
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Living In The City
3:17
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Hungry Ghost
3:26
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Life To Save
2:57
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Nothing's Gonna Change That Girl
3:40
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The Navigator
3:27
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Halfway There
2:12
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Rican Beach
3:32
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Fourteen Floors
4:14
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Settle
2:58
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Pa'lante
5:53
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Finale
3:22
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 40:41

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The Navigator

jeski

Together as a band for over ten years, seven or eight album and Alynda Segarra? How could I have not noticed them until "The Navigator".. More fool me. Don't make the same mistake.

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