℗ 2024 Take This To Heart Records
Released March 22, 2024
Duration 33m 49s
Record Label Take This To Heart
Genre Alternative (Rock)

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I'd Say I'm Not Fine

Barely Civil

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1.1
I'd Say I'm...
Barely Civil
0:56
1.2
Floating Again
Barely Civil
2:43
1.3
Coasting Mostly  EXPLICIT
Barely Civil
3:17
1.4
Shifting Blame
Barely Civil
4:02
1.5
Not Fine
Barely Civil
3:40
1.6
Better Now
Barely Civil
3:43
1.7
Dwindling
Barely Civil
4:01
1.8
Finding Time
Barely Civil
2:43
1.9
Invading Space  EXPLICIT
Barely Civil
3:53
1.10
Closing Doors
Barely Civil
4:51
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Take This To Heart Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.21
-1.23 to -1.17
-11.93
-16.13 to -10.36
-9.24
-14.10 to -7.50
6
5 to 10
1
I'd Say I'm...
-1.17-10.70-8.05
2
Floating Again
-1.23-10.36-7.55
3
Coasting Mostly
-1.23-11.32-8.46
4
Shifting Blame
-1.23-11.46-9.06
5
Not Fine
-1.23-11.53-8.86
6
Better Now
-1.17-10.80-8.06
7
Dwindling
-1.23-13.21-10.06
8
Finding Time
-1.23-10.76-7.76
9
Invading Space
-1.17-13.07-10.97
10
Closing Doors
-1.19-16.13-14.110

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