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Chip Tooth Smile

Rob Thomas

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1.1
One Less Day (Dying Young)
Rob Thomas
3:04
1.2
Timeless
Rob Thomas
3:56
1.3
Can’t Help Me Now
Rob Thomas
3:23
1.4
Funny
Rob Thomas
3:07
1.5
I Love It
Rob Thomas
3:22
1.6
The Man To Hold The Water
Rob Thomas
2:40
1.7
We Were Beautiful
Rob Thomas
2:55
1.8
It’s Only Love
Rob Thomas
3:29
1.9
Early In The Morning
Rob Thomas
4:21
1.10
The Worst In Me
Rob Thomas
3:13
1.11
Tomorrow
Rob Thomas
3:00
1.12
Breathe Out
Rob Thomas
3:04
Total Playing Time    39:34
Chip Tooth Smile is the fourth studio album by American singer Rob Thomas, released through Atlantic Records. It is his first album in four years, following 2015's The Great Unknown, and was preceded by the single "One Less Day (Dying Young)."

The album is produced by Butch Walker and was shaped by Thomas' 1980s influences as well as "the pop-rock songs for which he's become so well-known." Thomas stated that while making the album, he was doing so for his primarily for fans and not to necessarily draw in those who had not previously heard his music.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Atlantic Records Studio Masters

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