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Sophomore Slump

The Reklaws

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1.1
Gramps' Intro
The Reklaws
0:43
1.2
Not Gonna Not
The Reklaws
3:24
1.3
Got Me Missing
The Reklaws
2:56
1.4
You Problem
The Reklaws
2:53
1.5
I'm Down
The Reklaws
3:18
1.6
So Crazy It Just Might Work
The Reklaws
3:00
1.7
Your Side Of A Broken Heart
The Reklaws
3:34
1.8
Where I'm From
The Reklaws
3:33
1.9
Karma
The Reklaws
3:19
1.10
Beer Can
The Reklaws
2:56
1.11
Godspeed
The Reklaws
3:21
1.12
Where I'm From (Acoustic Version)
The Reklaws
3:33
Total Playing Time    36:30
Canadian country music duo release Sophomore Slump, following up on their debut full-length album Freshman Year. The Walker siblings grew up in North Dumfries, Ontario, and are two in a family of seven. Their parents owned and operated the Yee Haw Adventure Farm, where they used to perform for visitors. They got their band name from their mother, who suggested the Reklaws sounded more interesting than the Walkers, Sibling Rivalry, or Bro-Sis. Reklaw is Walker spelled backwards.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal Music Canada Studio Masters

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