|Across the Borders|
| Studio album by |
The Battlefield Band
|Released||11 February 1997|
|The Battlefield Band chronology|
Across the Borders, a live album by Battlefield Band, was released in 1997 on the Temple Records label. The total running time is 66:10.
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