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Life As We Know It

Lonestar

Available in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

"... reminds fans how sharp the group is musically and how tight they are vocally ... it’s clear the foursome are having fun again ..."
- TasteOfCountry.com

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1
The Countdown
Lonestar
3:35
2
Maybe Someday
Lonestar
4:14
3
How Can She Be Everywhere
Lonestar
3:19
4
Pretty Good Day
Lonestar
3:06
5
With My Eyes Open
Lonestar
3:26
6
Party All Day
Lonestar
3:28
7
Life As We Know It
Lonestar
3:25
8
If It Wasn't for You
Lonestar
3:35
9
I Miss When
Lonestar
3:32
10
I Did It for the Girl
Lonestar
3:11
11
Just the Rain
Lonestar
4:08
12
Oh Yeah
Lonestar
4:00
Total Playing Time    42:59
Life As We Know It from multiplatinum country group Lonestar peaked at number 33 on the US country chart and marked the return of founding member, lead singer and songwriter Richie McDonald following several years spent pursuing a solo career. The album was also Lonestar's first release on the band's own label.

"It's been great. It feels like things are back to normal ... as soon as Richie came back, it felt like a comfortable pair of boots. We spent so many years playing together ..."
- Michael Britt, lead guitarist
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – 4Star Records Studio Masters

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