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Summer in Indonesia - Far and Away FLAC album


Performer: Summer in Indonesia
Genre: Other
Title: Far and Away
FLAC version ZIP size: 1207 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1964 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1322 mb
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The instrumentation on Found in Far Away Places is as good as expected, but the creativity and sound is a little lackluster. Other than a few really interesting and bright spots, most of the album sounds the same. ABR has even refused to move on from the same style of album cover that they have continuously used for years. Huge ABR fans may want this record, but it's not going to give you anything new or exiting to hear. All songs written & composed by Chris Pope except as noted. Side One. "Maybe Tomorrow". Hold On, I'm Coming" (Hayes/Porter). Side Two. "Something's Missing". What Are We Gonna Do Now" (Billy Hassett).