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Stand For Change
The New Presidents
New Wave
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MP3 dimensione dell'album:
2984 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
1689 mb
Lost Kingdom Records


1We All Fall Down
2Stand For Change
3If You Only
4Arabian Nights


  • Backing VocalsDane Conover, Rick Norris
  • BassDoug Boone
  • Composed ByR.A.M., The New Presidents
  • DrumsGreg Larocco, Leo Correia
  • EngineerMichael W. Harris
  • Executive Producer – Robert Vaughn
  • FluteSteve Kocherhans
  • GuitarAnthony Deluz
  • Lead VocalsRobert Vaughn
  • ProducerDane Conover
  • SaxophoneSteve Kocherhans
  • SynthesizerDane Conover


Back cover displays lyrics and credits.



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