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Good Years

The Shires

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1.1
Lightning Strikes
The Shires
2:54
1.2
On the Day I Die
The Shires
3:30
1.3
Good Years
The Shires
2:49
1.4
No Secrets
The Shires
3:20
1.5
About Last Night
The Shires
3:36
1.6
New Year
The Shires
3:47
1.7
Only Always
The Shires
3:21
1.8
Independence Day
The Shires
3:13
1.9
Thank You Whiskey
The Shires
3:03
1.10
People Like Us
The Shires
3:24
1.11
Better Place
The Shires
3:11
1.12
Crazy Days
The Shires
4:21
Total Playing Time    40:29
After dropping their 2018 album Accidentally on Purpose, groundbreaking British country duo The Shires return to the U.S. with a brand-new LP, titled Good Years. Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, the upcoming project includes 12 tracks, with the duo, which consists of Crissie Rhodes and Ben Earle, having writing credits on 10. The album was produced by Lindsay Rimes and features the handiwork of some of country’s finest songwriters like Cam, Bob DiPiero and Canaan Smith.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd Studio Masters

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