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Bruce Tunkel - Draw The Line mp3

Bruce Tunkel - Draw The Line mp3 Performer: Bruce Tunkel
Album: Draw The Line
Country: US
Released: 25 Jul 2012
Label: Not On Label (Bruce Tunkel Self-Released)
Genre: Rock
Size MP3: 1072 mb.
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 795
Record Source: CD, Album




Tracklist


1At The End Of The Day4:20
2Draw The Line (Alternate Version)5:46
3Wake Up World6:36
4Draw The Line5:30
5This Is Who We Are3:02
6The Haunting4:58
7You Found Me3:27
8Start Over Again2:42


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Beanland LLC
  • Copyright (c) – Beanland LLC


Album


Listen free to Bruce Tunkel Draw the Line Start Over Again, This Is Who We Are and more. 8 tracks 36:04. Album 2012 8 Songs. Draw the Line Bruce Tunkel. Draw the Line is a song by American hard rock band Aerosmith. It was written by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, and was released in 1977 as the first single and title track from the album Draw the Line. It peaked at 42 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was included on their album Greatest Hits. The song encompasses many of the typical things Aerosmith is known for, including the strong rhythm backbeat by Tom Hamilton and Joey Kramer, the back-and-forth interplay between guitarists Joe Perry and Brad. Draw The Line. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. For buy album Bruce Tunkel - Draw the Line please follow to music stores. If we have other releases and albums Bruce Tunkel you can see it on this page. All music content by Bruce Tunkel is presented for reference only. All new music by Bruce Tunkel. Bruce Tunkel. Draw the Line. Artist: Bruce Tunkel. Bruce Tunkel Live The Wonder Bar Asbury Park, NJ May 3, 2006 2006. Now playing: . Losing My Religion. Радио Online. Survivor Eye of the Tiger. Radio Monte Carlo Мировое Кино. Oasis Wonderwall. Bruce Tunkel Music. Bruce is a NJ based singer-songwriter and producer, making the best music he can. It will be on my upcoming album when I finally finish it - that's another story. It's dedicated to all my fellow artists that continue to challenge themselves and bring beauty to the world. Draw the Line is a truly horrendous record, chaotic to the point of malfunction and with an almost impenetrably dense sound adding to the confusion. This album shows the band in a state of shock, caught for the first time in the quandary of the meaningful encore. Instead of just doing something which is, after all, exactly how they reached the top, they seem to be thinking about something to do, and they fail to come up with any answers. Aerosmiths gaffe is not without honor, however: a bad try is better than none at all