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I Hope You're Happy

Blue October

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1
Daylight
Blue October
3:39
2
Your Love is Like a Car Crash
Blue October
5:19
3
I Want to Come Back Home
Blue October
5:11
4
I'll Do Me, You Do You
Blue October
3:43
5
I Hope You're Happy
Blue October
3:52
6
EXPLICITColors Collide
Blue October
4:13
7
Remission in Cmaj
Blue October
2:35
8
How to Dance in Time
Blue October
5:26
9
King
Blue October
3:46
10
Let Forever Mean Forever
Blue October
4:08
11
All That We Are
Blue October
5:35
12
Further Dive (The House That Dylan Built)
Blue October
9:07
Total Playing Time    56:34
I Hope You're Happy is the ninth studio album by American band Blue October, released on August 17, 2018. The album was recorded during the winter of 2017–2018 at Justin Furstenfeld's Up/Down Studios. Although Furstenfeld had co-produced every Blue October album since 2006's Foiled, I Hope You're Happy marks the first Blue October album which Furstenfeld completely produced without any outside co-producers.
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