℗ 2021 Black Hill Records a division of Round Hill Records
Released March 12, 2021
Duration 41m 07s
Record Label Black Hill Records
Catalogue No. BHR007
Genre Rock (Alternative)

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Charge It to the Game

Tash Neal

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1.1
Something Ain't Right
Tash Neal
4:26
1.2
Like a Glove
Tash Neal
3:38
1.3
Boomerang  EXPLICIT
Tash Neal
3:54
1.4
All I See Is Blood
Tash Neal
3:04
1.5
Charge It to the Game
Tash Neal
3:08
1.6
Catching Up
Tash Neal
3:24
1.7
My One Mistake
Tash Neal
3:40
1.8
Finding Your Way
Tash Neal
4:05
1.9
Just a Little Bit
Tash Neal
4:34
1.10
Click It Up
Tash Neal
3:24
1.11
Bye Bye Bones
Tash Neal
3:50
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Black Hill Records Studio Masters

Tracks 9, 11 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.25
-0.27 to -0.11
-10.79
-11.97 to -10.05
-7.84
-8.70 to -7.00
8
7 to 9
1
Something Ain't Right
-0.27-10.48-7.47
2
Like a Glove
-0.27-10.05-7.87
3
Boomerang
-0.27-10.27-7.08
4
All I See Is Blood
-0.25-10.19-7.47
5
Charge It to the Game
-0.27-10.85-8.27
6
Catching Up
-0.27-11.56-8.78
7
My One Mistake
0.00-10.73-7.77
8
Finding Your Way
-0.11-10.46-8.07
9
Just a Little Bit
0.00-10.97-8.08
10
Click It Up
0.00-11.16-7.68
11
Bye Bye Bones
-0.27-11.97-8.49

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