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Greatest Hits

Little River Band

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1.1
It's A Long Way There
Little River Band
4:14
1.2
Help Is On It's Way
Little River Band
4:02
1.3
Reminiscing
Little River Band
4:10
1.4
Man On Your Mind
Little River Band
4:05
1.5
The Other Guy
Little River Band
2:49
1.6
The Night Owls
Little River Band
5:18
1.7
Lonesome Loser
Little River Band
3:58
1.8
Take It Easy On Me
Little River Band
3:45
1.9
Down On The Border
Little River Band
2:54
1.10
Happy Anniversary
Little River Band
3:58
1.11
Lady
Little River Band
4:58
1.12
Cool Change
Little River Band
5:14
Total Playing Time    49:25
Greatest Hits is a compilation of hits by the Australian band Little River Band, released in 1982. The compilation included two new tracks, "The Other Guy" and "Down on The Border", to introduce the band's new lead singer, John Farnham.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Capitol Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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