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Mint

by The Goods

Rock Power Music
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Sweet Like a Song
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2. Slow Down
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3. I\'m Not Average
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3:43 $0.99
4. Lightborn
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5. Happy Man
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6. Minnesota Girl
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7. Romantic
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8. Grow
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9. Chained
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10. Hypocrite
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11. Big Balloon
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12. Train Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Goods come out with cool MINT 1995's first you-must-hear album" -Miami Herald / Fall 1995

"The songwriting is stunning, abetted by beautiful piano playing and glossy-not-slick production" -Yellow Pills Magazine / Fall 1995

"An incredibly powerful and outstanding release" -Not Lame Recording Company / Winter 1995

"Wow. I wanted to leave this review at that. Wow. That one word explains the emotional impact it had on me, and the excitement I felt while listening to this." -POP sided / Spring 1996


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