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  • Performer: Plain White T's
  • Album: Every Second Counts
  • FLAC: 1491 mb | MP3: 1471 mb
  • Released: 2006
  • Country: Europe
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Plain White T's - Every Second Counts album flac

Tracklist

1 Out Time Now
2 Come Back To Me
3 Hate (I Really Don't Like You)
4 You And Me
5 Friends Don't Let Friends Dial Drunk
6 Making A Memory
7 So Damn Clever
8 Tearin' Us Apart
9 Write You A Song
10 Gimme A Change
11 Figure It Out
12 Let Me Take You There

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 094638138525

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
5099950616220, CDANGE 46 Plain White T's Every Second Counts ‎(CD, Album) Hollywood Records, Fearless Records, Angel Music Group 5099950616220, CDANGE 46 Europe 2007
no code Plain White T's Every Second Counts ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Mas) Hollywood Records no code Europe 2006
00946 387 308 2 8 Plain White T's Every Second Counts ‎(CD, Album) Hollywood Records, Fearless Records 00946 387 308 2 8 Indonesia 2006
CTCW-53112 Plain White T's Every Second Counts ‎(CD, Album) Hollywood Records, Cutting Edge CTCW-53112 Japan 2008
0094637992821, 3799282 Plain White T's Every Second Counts ‎(CD, Album) Hollywood Records, Hollywood Records, Fearless Records, Fearless Records 0094637992821, 3799282 Europe 2006


Discografia Plain White T's: every-second-counts - Our Time Now, Come Back To Me, Hate (i Really Don't Like You), You And Me, Friends Don't Let Friends Dial Drunk, Making A Memory, So Damn Clever, Tearin' Us Apart, Write You A Song, Gimme A Chance, Figure It Out, Let Me Take You There.

Every Second Counts is the fourth studio album by American rock band Plain White T's. It is the first Plain White T's album to be released on Hollywood Records along with Fearless Records. The album peaked at number 10 on the US Billboard 200 on July 29, 2007, and was certified Gold by the RIAA in October 2007. Every Second Counts peaked at number three on the UK Albums Chart.

By: Plain White T's (2007, Rock). More albums from Plain White T's: Parallel Universe by Plain White T's. American Nights by Plain White T's. Big Bad World by Plain White T's. Wonders Of The Younger by Plain White T's. All That We Needed by Plain White T's. Stop by Plain White T's. View all albums . Every Second Counts. By: Plain White T's (2007, Rock). 1. Hey There Delilah. 3. Come Back To Me. 4. Hate (I Really Don’t Like You). 5. You And Me. 6. Friends Don’t Let Friends Dial Drunk.

Pop Rock Plain White Ts. 乐队列表 Pop Rock Plain White Ts Every Second Counts. Band Name Plain White Ts. Album Name Every Second Counts. 版公司 Fearless Records.

Hey There Delilah was the Plain White T's first number 1 hit in the United States. It was actually featured on their 2005 effort "All That We Needed," but was re-released on this album with a string section added to the original recording. Time magazine named Hey There Delilah the seventh best song of 2007,and it has been covered by various artists, from The Vitamin String Quartet to Kidz Bop. Those infamous lyrics will ring in my head for a while to come

Every Second Counts is the fourth album released by Plain White T's. The album peaked at on Billboard 200 on July 29, 2007. The album was released on September 12, 2006. Our Time Now" - 2:50. Come Back to Me" - 3:23. Hate (I Really Don't Like You) - 3:47. Friends Don't Let Friends Dial Drunk" - 3:22. Making a Memory" - 2:49. So Damn Clever" - 3:03. Tearin' Us Apart" - 2:36. Write You a Song" - 4:01. Gimme a Chance" - 2:57.

Plain white tee enamel PIN + album download. Site by Mitchell Klein.

As the Hollywood debut for Chicago-based Plain White T's, Every Second Counts finds the quintet jumping to the majors and polishing up its already glossy and exuberant sound to take on the masses. They've essentially always owned a radio-ready edge despite never being played on mainstream airwaves, and this record embraces all the power pop and hooky satisfaction of their Fearless releases to basically throw the same party all over again. Fans who ate up 2005's All That We Needed are sure to love this album as well. And if Plain White T's are lucky, it just might be enough to finally snag them some of the TRL success that many of their Chicago peers have already been enjoying.