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What Ive Found - Riley Armstrong - Whatever The Weather (CD, Album)

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  1. Songs About the Weather - Armstrong: Pop has not sounded like this in years, bringing back the fond memories of Early Aztec Camera or The Pale Fountains.
  2. Tracklist with lyrics of the album WHATEVER THE WEATHER [] of Riley Armstrong: What I've Found - Inside Your Promises - Unfold - What If - Silver and.
  3. CDr in plastic envelope containing a folded paper sleeve. This is a collection of Perfect Heavenly Pop songs, that would make the ideal soundtrack for this summer, wether it's laying in the tall grass on a sunny afternoon and "Sunshine Feeling" filling the air or maybe sitting on the edge of the dock, with your feet dangling in the warm, shimmering water listening to "Picture Of The .
  4. Riley Armstrong Artist Overview Albums. Digital Music. Top Albums La Loop Armstrong, Riley. CD: $ MP3: $ Songs Sort by: Bestselling. of 26 Sample this song Title Artist / Anthem From 4th Place.
  5. Top Riley Armstrong Lyrics Sleep All The Difference Sail On Greater Than Sunray Only Table My Girlfriend's Famous What I've Found Step Back. Related Riley Armstrong Links Riley Armstrong wiki What If video Riley Armstrong twitter. RILEY ARMSTRONG What If Lyrics.
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  8. Riley Armstrong is the self-titled debut album of Christian singer-songwriter Riley Armstrong, released in (see: in music). It marked the replacement of his stage name Plain Edson with his real name. Riley had previously released the album Novel Reason under his pseudonym. Riley Armstrong also marked the debut of newly formed Flicker.

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