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  1. Kilmaran Reply

    Nov 20,  · Provided to YouTube by Rhino Regional Girl · The Monkees Justus ℗ Rhino Entertainment Co. Engineer: Bob Bullock Arranger, Percussion: Davy Jones Producer: Davy Jones Backing Vocals: Davy.

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    Check out Dyin' of a Broken Heart by The Monkees on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on tiphoregcingnehdeporlowaverthocan.co From the Album Justus October 15, $ Dyin' of a Broken Heart. Dyin' of a Broken Heart. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Sold by tiphoregcingnehdeporlowaverthocan.co Services LLC. Additional taxes may apply.

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    Album "Justus" () by THE MONKEES song lyrics including "Circle Sky (From Justus)", "Never Enough", "Oh, What A Night", "You And I (From Justus)", "Unlucky Stars", "Admiral Mike", "Dyin' Of A Broken Heart", "Regional Girl", "Run Away From Life", "I Believe You", "It's My Life", "It's Not Too Late". Justus () album lyrics - THE MONKEES.

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    Sep 14,  · Justus is the eleventh studio album by the Monkees. The album was recorded in celebration of their 30th anniversary and released on October 15, This album featured the return of Michael Nesmith. Justus was the first Monkees album since Head was released in to feature all four Monkees/5(20).

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    Watch the video for Dyin' of a Broken Heart from The Monkees's Justus for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for Dyin' of a Broken Heart from The Monkees's Justus for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. At their peak they were competing with The Beatles for the top spot on album charts.

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    7)"DYIN OF A BROKEN HEART" This is a weird one to categorize so I wont try, but it was a good rocker with a heavy drum tiphoregcingnehdeporlowaverthocan.co by Micky **** 8)"REGIONAL GIRL" Another good hard rock song. They wanted to keep the tempo up on this album. *** 9)" RUN AWAY FROM LIFE" Probably the weakest song on the album. a decent but unremarkable song. **1/2.

  7. Doujind Reply

    Dyin’ of a broken heart Told my analyst I was a mess Said, “Gimme hundred dollars and we’ll take a test Lie down on the couch and tell me what you dream It really isn’t what it seems” You’re dyin’ of a broken heart It really wasn’t very smart You lived through Nixon and a drug or two just to get your due Dyin’ of a broken heart.

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    The Monkees assembled to be the stars of an American television series of the same name, which ran on NBC from to The original lineup was: Micky Dolenz (drums, vocals), Michael Nesmith (guitar, vocals), Davy Jones (percussion, vocals) and Peter Tork (bass, keyboards, vocals). The Monkees were formed in in Los Angeles, California and initially disbanded in at the.

  9. Tojarg Reply

    As the final reunion album from the Monkees -- and the first one featuring Mike Nesmith, who produced the record -- Justus isn't bad. Nesmith occasionally steers the group toward country-rock, but the record is largely comprised of nondescript pop/rock that is neither remarkable nor unpleasant. Frequently, the Monkees show their age with strained vocals, but Justus is far from the disaster of Pool It!, and it .

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