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Two Lights

Il est fidèle au message qu'il ressent. C'est un plaisir de l'entendre même en anglais Il m'aide à vivre et à être en contact avec le moment présent.Il est mon âme à certaines périodes de ma vie. Merci.

Why did they ruin the sound?

Before purchasing the (Bonus Tracks) Version of this album, Listen to compare it with the original version. This version is much louder. They increased the volume so much that it is distorted. Try the "California Justice" and "Johnny America". I don't know if the actual download will sound as bad as the samples, but I'll go buy the CD or get the Original Version. It is sad to see such a great artists work defaced like this.


Formed: 1997 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Five for Fighting is the one-man band of John Ondrasik, who rose to fame in 2001 on the strength of the pop/rock ballad "Superman (It's Not Easy)." Although originally released in 2000, the single became popular after the events of September 11, 2001, which shone new light on Five for Fighting's tale of flight, insecurity, and heroics. Another Top 40 hit, "100 Years," followed three years later, thus cementing Five for Fighting's status as one of the decade's leading balladeers. Born and raised...
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Two Lights (Bonus Tracks), Five for Fighting
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