℗ 2022 Big Scary Monsters
Released April 1, 2022
Duration 39m 34s
Record Label Big Scary Monsters
Catalogue No. BSM319D
Genre Rock (Alternative)

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Time Being

Tree River

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1.1
Journey Proud
Tree River
4:20
1.2
Laughing With  EXPLICIT
Tree River
3:22
1.3
Crossroading (feat. Max Bemis)  EXPLICIT
Tree River; Max Bemis
3:39
1.4
Homesick
Tree River
4:01
1.5
Same Blood
Tree River
4:23
1.6
Thought Bubbles  EXPLICIT
Tree River
4:08
1.7
Patient
Tree River
3:52
1.8
Catalyst
Tree River
4:32
1.9
Little Ripper (feat. Kevin Dye)
Tree River; Kevin Dye
2:14
1.10
Prospect Park
Tree River
5:03
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Big Scary Monsters Studio Masters

Track 6 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.02
-0.03 to -0.01
-9.73
-11.90 to -8.23
5
5 to 6
1
Journey Proud
0.00-9.386
2
Laughing With
0.00-9.596
3
Crossroading (feat. Max Bemis)
0.00-9.085
4
Homesick
-0.01-11.905
5
Same Blood
-0.03-10.616
6
Thought Bubbles
0.00-9.555
7
Patient
0.00-10.606
8
Catalyst
0.00-9.065
9
Little Ripper (feat. Kevin Dye)
0.00-8.235
10
Prospect Park
0.00-9.285

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