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The Waterfall

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01
Believe (Nobody Knows)
4:55  
02
Compound Fracture
3:44  
03
Like A River
4:50  
04
In Its Infancy (The Waterfall)
5:12  
05
Get The Point
3:01  
06
Spring (Among The Living)
6:01  
07
Thin Line
4:03  
08
Big Decisions
3:53  
09
Tropics (Erase Traces)
5:10  
10
Only Memories Remain
7:10  
11
Hillside Song
2:47  
12
Compound Fracture - Miami Jungle Version
4:18  
13
I Can’t Wait
3:31  
14
Only Memories Remain - Jim Demo
4:40  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 63:15

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The Waterfall

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