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Follow The Lights

Ryan Adams & The Cardinals

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Follow The Lights
Ryan Adams & The Cardinals
My Love For You Is Real
Ryan Adams & The Cardinals
Blue Hotel
Ryan Adams & The Cardinals
Down In A Hole
Ryan Adams & The Cardinals
This Is It
Ryan Adams & The Cardinals
If I Am A Stranger
Ryan Adams & The Cardinals
Dear John
Ryan Adams & The Cardinals
Total Playing Time    31:08
Billboard 200 - #40, 2007

"Each track may as well be new as far as Adams’s musical muse is concerned. The musicianship is superb, Adams’s vocals are uniformly strong and the EP features finely crafted harmonies and melodic layers that are further revealing upon repeated listening."
- PopMatters.com

Ryan Adams released this EP only a few months after his album Easy Tiger, considered by many critics to be his best. It's a mixed bag of three original songs and four live studio recordings including a cover of the grunge classic Down in a Hole by Alice in Chains. This 2007 record was released in the UK under the title Everybody Knows.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM - UMG Recordings Studio Masters

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