The JoyRyders | See the Good Things

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See the Good Things

by The JoyRyders

The JoyRyders return with their 2nd CD – See the Good Things – and build upon the unique rock’n’roll style that they began to develop on their first CD – Enjoy the Ryde.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Rx Pad
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2. Veins the Color of a Faded Toy
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3. Coming Home
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4. Behind You
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5. Count Again
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6. Things You've Done
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7. Back to Me
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8. The Divide
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9. Simple Plan
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10. Just Can't Take It
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11. Book of Somedays
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12. Your Saints Are Watching You
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13. Come and Go
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14. Blank Track
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0:10 album only
15. Beautiful You (Hidden Track)
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The JoyRyders return with their 2nd CD – See the Good Things – and build upon the unique rock’n’roll style that they began to develop on their first CD – Enjoy the Ryde.


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