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Take It Home

Tom Cochrane

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1.1
Can't Stay Here
Tom Cochrane
3:41
1.2
Sunday Afternoon Hang
Tom Cochrane
3:47
1.3
Diamonds
Tom Cochrane
3:53
1.4
Country Girls Never Get Old
Tom Cochrane
4:25
1.5
When The Light Starts To Fade
Tom Cochrane
3:36
1.6
Pink Time
Tom Cochrane
5:46
1.7
First Time Around
Tom Cochrane
3:38
1.8
The Ones That I've Known
Tom Cochrane
4:25
1.9
Another Year
Tom Cochrane
3:09
1.10
A Prayer For Hope
Tom Cochrane
4:26
1.11
Back In The Game
Tom Cochrane
3:13
Total Playing Time    43:59
"[Take It Home] is an album that tackles his 'unfinished business' and that weaves Cochrane's patented storytelling into feel-good afternoon rock songs and contemplative ballads alike." - CBC Music Take It Home is Canadian singer Tom Cochrane's sixth solo studio album. Cochrane wrote all of the album with the exception of Sunday Afternoon Hang which he co-wrote with Danielle Bourjeaurd. The album was released after a nine-year hiatus, marking a welcome diversion for fans!
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sky Is Falling Inc. Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit Track 1 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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