Family Force 5's New Album "III" Album Art and Tracklisting by Tooth and Nail on 2011-08-09 15:37:21
From Tooth & Nail Records' Facebook:
"Tooth & Nail Records joins forces with Family Force 5's III Entertainment to bring you the bands third full-length studio album "III" on October 18, 2011. The band has been performing songs from the album this summer on the Warped Tour and at various summer festivals, including "Wobble," "Get On Outta Here," and "Dang Girl." Stay tuned for more information about the release and keep up with the band at their website or Facebook page!
2. Can You Feel It
3. Dang Girl
4. You Got it
5. Not Alone
7. Love Gone Wrong
10. Get On Outta Here
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