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California

Riverdogs

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1
American Dream
Riverdogs
4:24
2
The Revolution Starts Tonight
Riverdogs
4:52
3
Something Inside
Riverdogs
4:39
4
Golden Glow
Riverdogs
3:53
5
You're Too Rock and Roll
Riverdogs
4:55
6
The Heart Is a Mindless Bird
Riverdogs
4:26
7
Searching for a Signal
Riverdogs
2:58
8
Welcome to the New Disaster
Riverdogs
4:03
9
Ten Thousand Reasons
Riverdogs
4:23
10
Catalina
Riverdogs
4:31
11
I Don't Know Anything
Riverdogs
4:31
Total Playing Time    47:35
Riverdogs was co-founded in the late 1980s by future Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell, who reunites here with original Riverdogs members Rob Lamothe and Nick Brophy. California is their first album since 2011's World Gone Mad, and only the second release for the band since 1993.

"I jumped at the chance to make (California). In my opinion, Riverdogs was a highlight of my career with some of my best guitar playing and definitely a record that flew under the radar. Having a clear direction of exactly what kind of record to make really helped the four of us create the music and there was an intense collective focus throughout the entire process that never wavered."
- Vivian Campbell, guitarist
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Frontiers Records Studio Masters

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