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Shine, The Hits, Live (One Night In Pennsylvania)

Newsboys

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1.1
I'm Not Ashamed (Live)
Newsboys
7:05
1.2
Spirit Thing (Live)
Newsboys
3:34
1.3
Take Me To Your Leader (Live)
Newsboys
3:48
1.4
Woo Hoo (Live)
Newsboys
3:00
1.5
Cup O' Tea (Live)
Newsboys
3:19
1.6
Entertaining Angels (Live)
Newsboys
4:48
1.7
Always (Live)
Newsboys
5:53
1.8
Believe (Live)
Newsboys
4:28
1.9
Reality (Live)
Newsboys
3:39
1.10
Band Introduction (Live)
Newsboys
1:34
1.11
Truth Be Known (Live)
Newsboys
3:16
1.12
Drum Solo (Live)
Newsboys
2:53
1.13
Breakfast (Live)
Newsboys
11:35
1.14
Step Up To The Microphone (Live)
Newsboys
4:18
1.15
Hallelujah (Live)
Newsboys
3:51
1.16
Closing (Live)
Newsboys
15:45
Total Playing Time    1:22:46
Shine: The Hits, Live One Night in Pennsylvania is the Newsboys' 2000 live album, which was recorded during their Step Up to the Microphone tour in 1998. The tracks off the album span recordings from 1988 to 1998 (songs from 1999's Love Liberty Disco, their latest studio album at the time, were left off the collection).
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