Come Again (Thornley album)

Come Again (Thornley album)
Come Again
Studio album by Thornley
Released May 11, 2004
Genre Hard rock
Length 45:27
Label Roadrunner
Producer Gavin Brown
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Thornley chronology
Come Again
Tiny Pictures

Come Again is the debut album by Canadian rock band Thornley. This followed the 2002 break up of frontman Ian Thornley's previous group, Big Wreck. Singles off the album include "So Far So Good", "Easy Comes", "Come Again" and "Beautiful". All of which found considerable radio airplay upon release.

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Falling to Pieces"   Brown, Thornley 3:21
2. "Come Again"   Brown, Marshall, Thornley 3:28
3. "So Far So Good"   Brown, Thornley, Vallance 3:28
4. "The Going Rate (My Fix)"   Brown, Thornley 3:46
5. "Keep a Good Man Down"   Brown, Thornley 3:40
6. "Easy Comes"   Thornley 3:33
7. "Beautiful"   Thornley, Vallance 4:26
8. "Bright Side"   Thornley 3:16
9. "Clever"   Brown, Thornley 3:16
10. "Found Another Way"   Brown, Thornley 3:08
11. "All Comes Out in the Wash"   Thornley 3:42
12. "The Lies That I Believe"   Thornley 6:01

2007 [Special Edition]

No. Title Length
13. "Piss It Away"   2:58
14. "All Because Of You"   3:21



Year Chart Position
2004 The Billboard 200 167
2004 Top Canadian Albums 7
2004 Top Heatseekers 8

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